Area Guide - Lindley, Huddersfield
Lindley is a vibrant village on the North West side of Huddersfield, situated only a couple of miles from the both the town centre and M62 motorway network. With a thriving high street and a real community feel, the village is home to Royal Huddersfield Infirmary, which was opened by Huddersfield born Harold Wilson, a range of boutique shops and highly regarded restaurants.
Lindley appeared top in a survey carried out in 2006 by the Royal Bank of Scotland. By creating an algorithm factoring aspects such as desirability, return on investment and affordability, the survey results listed the top 10 locations throughout the UK for first time buyers to get on the property ladder.
The Lindley Clock Tower is the most prominent landmark in Lindley, standing at the junction between Lidget Street and Daisy Lea Lane. This Art Nouveau clock tower was designed by the Manchester architect Edgar Wood in 1900 and erected by James Nield Sykes JP, in 1902.
Our office is situated on the busy A640 road between Huddersfield Town Centre and Junction 23 of the M62 motorway, being seen daily by thousands of passing cars.
Lindley is our fourth office across Huddersfield and along with our busy town centre branch will ensure clients receive unrivalled coverage and service.