Former Northallerton prison site
Treadmills is a high quality mixed use development comprising retail, restaurants, cinema, cafés, residential and a tech hub, being developed by Central Northallerton Development Company Ltd (CNDCL).
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Northallerton Prison was home to tens of thousands of inmates over its 230-year history. As the first custom-built jail in England, it is significant in the history of penal reform - and is the likely reason Northallerton became a county town.
It was closed by the Ministry of Justice in 2013, paving the way of the 3.4 acre site in the centre of the town to be bought by us in the summer of 2015.
In 2017 the prison site was transferred to Central Northallerton Development Company Limited, a joint venture between us and Wykeland Properties Limited, to develop the site into the Treadmills leisure and retail facility.