Designer Living

A family run company, Camstead was founded in 1986 and has developed a reputation for building high quality developments in prime locations.

Camstead Homes is a part of the Scotfield Group, a Leeds based company that has created a reputation as a high quality house builder across England.

Scotfield has a passion for the city of Leeds and is known most recently for the hugely successful Parklands in Moortown, Misty Meadows in Morley, and St Peters Hall on The Calls in Leeds city centre.

At Green Lane Mills, each new home is designed to provide a high quality contemporary living space and the complete peace of mind afforded by a comprehensive Protek warranty.

Our team of architects strives to leave a long lasting legacy by creating homes that are the heart of the community.

We are committed to delivering real social benefits by providing material support to the wider community – from charitable donations, creation of green space for local communities and a variety of other support in the locations we are active within.

Green Lane Mills will be another example of this providing green space surrounding the development ensuring enjoyment for future generations.

About green lane mills

Green Lane Mills was built in 1868 on land purchased from the Rawdon Baptist Church by cloth maker, Thomas Pratt, who lived in Little London. Cloth was produced in the mill until 1906 when a fire gutted most of the buildings. Most machinery was lost as a result, but the weaving shed itself survived with minor damage.

The mill was rebuilt and became a Dyehouse for Naylor Jennings & Co., which then became part of the Viyella group.