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Totty sitting pretty as wharf plan takes wing

Contracts LEEDS

TOTTY has nabbed the first stage of a £30 million residential scheme in Leeds.

The firm, part of the Peterhouse group, returned bids with Laing, Carillion and Gleeson to client Barratt Homes in March and has clinched the first section of the Brewery Wharf scheme in the city centre.

The first phase of the design and build project is worth £12 million and will involve building 120 flats.

The overall development, due for completion in 2004, includes 295 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments on the banks of the River Aire near the fashionable Calls area of the city.