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Magna Holdings is a forward thinking firm that has been developing property in Yorkshire, and beyond, since 1978.
Our forte is finding sustainable uses for 'difficult' developments. Our philosophy is to bring the new from the old, creating contemporary uses for historic landmarks. Many of our developments once played a major role in the region's industrial heritage and we excel at bringing these sites back to life. This approach is reflected in developments such as Dalton Mills in Keighley, the Charles Roberts Office Park in Wakefield and The Gaslight.
We also create modern buildings on urban sites, suitable for today's fast paced lifestyle, such as Brodrick Court in Leeds and Magna Plaza in Wakefield city centre.
Our developments play a valuable role in regeneration schemes around Yorkshire – Dalton Mills is a key project in the Airedale Masterplan, and Magna Plaza is adjacent to the high proFile Trinity Walk development in Wakefield.
The key to our success is moving with the times and capitalising on new trends in the property market. Currently, we are developing a larger number of rural, self build developments in West Yorkshire. We believe the self build market is likely to keep growing, in spite of the current climate and we always use our expertise to stay ahead of the game.
Magna is also helping to foster entrepreneurial spirit in the region, with affordable, flexible office space to rent in Wakefield, Bradford and Barnsley.
Our greatest asset is our skilled and dedicated workforce, who are all committed to keeping their skills fresh and up-to-date. We are also proud of the strong working partnerships that we have forged with excellent architects, planners, contractors and the region's various development agencies.
The key personnel at Magna Holdings are:
Terry Hodgkinson – Chairman
Martin Whiteley – Managing Director
Digby Lovel – Development Director
Chris Lee – Senior Management Surveyor
Linda Cook – Property Services Manager
Jackie England – PA/Development Co-Ordinator
Jay Moynihan - Accounts Assistant
Posted on 12/01/2011
Dalton Mills is still thriving despite the fire that damaged part of the site on New Year’s Day.Go to News
Posted on 13/12/2010
A piece of Yorkshire’s architectural heritage, famous for it’s starring roles in TV and film, is up for sale at a pre-Christmas property auction in London.Go to News
Posted on 01/10/2010
A charity that ships out supplies to a deprived part of the Ukraine has found new hope at Dalton Mills, after a fire swept through their previous storage facility.Go to News
Posted on 03/07/2009
Children at a Keighley primary school enjoyed an insider’s view of Dalton Mills and it’s history, as part of their school heritage trail last week.Go to News
Posted on 02/07/2009
A creative community is taking shape at the Charles Roberts Office Park, with the arrival of another web development company this month.Go to News
Posted on 01/07/2009
A leading masonry firm have moved into their new home, at the Charles Roberts Office Park in Wakefield.Go to News
Posted on 01/07/2009
All three of the self-build plots at Warmfield have been snapped up, proving that building your own home is still a popular option in West Yorkshire.Go to News
Posted on 16/04/2009
Business is booming in Barnsley, with another tenant taking up office space in McLintocks on Summer Lane.Go to News
Posted on 14/04/2009
McLintocks, Magna's office space in Barnsley, has received a major boost as a national charity has moved in.Go to News
Posted on 13/04/2009
The restaurant in Magna Plaza, underneath the Travelodge has been let, and opened as The Lobby at the beginning of April.Go to News
Posted on 13/03/2009
Self build conversions at Warmfield are being snapped up fast, with two of the three plots being sold in the last month.Go to News
Posted on 18/12/2008
The latest company to relocate to Dalton Mills is looking to recruit, despite the credit crunch.Go to News
Posted on 20/10/2008
A blue plaque has been unveiled to mark the heritage of a Magna Holdings development that has been brought back to life.Go to News
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