Yorkshire and Humberside
Discover what living in one of our new homes in Yorkshire and Humberside is like. Use our guide to the key cities, famous landmarks, special landscapes and things to do as your starting point.
There’s space to stretch out in and business to get down to in Yorkshire and the Humber, and our new builds offer lovely new homes to come home to. Yorkshire is by far the largest county in the UK. Add the great Humber Estuary, the wide open spaces of north and east Lincolnshire, and the long coastline that stands up to the North Sea, and it’s clear that the Yorkshire & the Humber region is a force to be reckoned with.
There are university cities, historic ports for freight and fishing, holiday destinations, national parks and national sports teams to be proud of. Just enter your search town and we’ll take you through all the options.
Yorkshire and the Humber’s Counties
This great region includes the East Riding, North East Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, and West Yorkshire. The landscape has uplands and lowlands, and the cities have their share of history and industry.
Cities in Yorkshire and the Humber
Bradford, Leeds and Sheffield dominate the west of the region, Hull sees the Humber on its way out into the North Sea, and York sits pretty in the middle.
Landmarks in Yorkshire and the Humber
York Minster is the highlight of this historic city, Flamborough Head stands proud on the edge of the North Sea at Bridlington, and the Humber Bridge is the longest single-span suspension bridge in the UK. It’s the longest in the world that you can cross on foot or by bicycle.
Landscapes in Yorkshire and the Humber
This region includes low-lying farmland, the high moors of the countryside and a sometimes wild coastline. It includes The Pennines, The North York Moors, The Yorkshire Wolds, the Peak District, The Yorkshire Dales, The Lincolnshire Wolds and the North Sea
Things to do in Yorkshire and the Humber
Enjoy the holiday atmosphere of seaside Scarborough, visit the Howarth home of the Brontë sisters, and explore The Shambles in York – one of the best preserved medieval shopping streets in Europe.