Scalebor Park is situated on the edge of a village in the greenbelt, and is located between Bradford and Leeds.
The site came with generously proportioned Edwardian buildings, which were used for many years as a psychiatric hospital. The scheme consists of four major building elements, which between them will provide 139 new houses and flats. The majority of these are built around a formally planted square, with the rest laid out in more standardised development at the fringes. These four elements are: a formal Georgian area made up of 86 mostly terraced properties, a new build cul-de-sac of 12 brick detached houses, 16 stone clad larger properties and three blocks of converted hospital buildings.
The formal Scalebor Square area consists of 40 terraced houses set around a communal open space on a 1.2 hectare (2.8 acres) site. It has been carefully designed to blend in with the original buildings. There are two main terraces and two crescents facing the square. There are two shorter blocks situated at the entrance to the site. Brick walls, slate roofs, double-hung sash appearance windows, balconies and porches all add to the period feel.