Work starts on £10m supermarket, children's nursery and apartments development at City Fields

Work is underway for a £10million new mixed-use development at Wakefield's City Fields.

By Leanne Clarke
Wednesday, 22nd June 2022, 11:03 am
Updated Wednesday, 22nd June 2022, 11:05 am

The 110,000 sq ft development, by DeVeer Estates, is located on Neil Fox Way and will be known as the City Fields District Centre.

It will consist of eight retail units including a 24,500 sq ft supermarket, a children’s nursery, a management suite and 14 apartments.

City Fields is a 375-hectare new development that is creating a new community of over 2,500 homes, a new primary school, parkland and other public realm, connected via the new Wakefield East Relief Road.

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The 110,000 sq ft development, by DeVeer Estates, is located on Neil Fox Way and will be known as the City Fields District Centre.

Construction company Harris CM is also currently building 77 houses at City Fields on behalf of Rula Homes.

Jason Adlam, CEO at Harris CM, said: “It’s great to be starting work on another major development that will contribute towards the continued regeneration of our hometown of Wakefield.

"We are also thoroughly enjoying working on City Fields District Centre alongside several other Wakefield based companies including architects, The Harris Partnership and HJ Consulting Engineers.

“When work completes in May 2023, this development will provide a focal point for City Fields and benefit both the development’s new residents and Wakefield as a whole, thanks to the new road connections to the city.”

It will consist of eight retail units including a 24,500 sq ft supermarket, a children’s nursery, a management suite and 14 apartments.

“This continues to be an exciting time for Harris CM and City Fields is an important contribution to our strong pipeline of work for the next 18 months, which puts us on track to hit £70 million turnover in 2022.”

City Fields is a 375-hectare new development that is creating a new community of over 2,500 homes, a new primary school, parkland and other public realm, connected via the new Wakefield East Relief Road.