About Us

Who We AreEthos & MissionOur ValuesAccreditations
We are a small, privately owned property development company based in Yorkshire. Founded in 2008, Neil Hamilton is Barclay Firth’s Development Director with a wealth of experience in property innovation and development.

Managing Director, Michelle Gaffaney, is a renowned Architectural Designer with over 30 years experience in construction, renovations and unique design.

Together they head up Barclay Firth and their projects include bespoke reconstructions of 17th Century country manor homes through to brand new developments of stunning new homes in prime spot locations around the county.
luxury new build homes

Our Ethos & Mission

Imagination, Passion and Vision

We build beautiful, luxury homes blending natural landscapes with nature to create delightful spaces that families are proud to call home.

Quality of build and an awareness of nature are the heart of what we do. In practical terms, this includes careful and thoughtful design, sustainably sourced materials, the latest energy/water efficient technologies and hand-picked construction build teams. We support wildlife by incorporating hedgehog gaps, bird boxes, bat boxes, wildflowers and tree planting in all our projects. Our ethos is to create luxury living whilst complementing and supporting the environment around us.
Hoyle Beck Site Plan

Our Values

To be successful in our mission, we embrace the following values - these define who we are, how we work, and what we stand for. They tell us what we expect of ourselves:


Maintain constant adherence to a moral and ethical code.


Conduct ourselves as dedicated professionals.


Hold ourselves responsible for our daily craft.


Aim to exceed the expectations of other house builders.


Commit ourselves to our roles and to the highest standards.


Appreciate and treat all individuals with courtesy,
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Labc Awards Regional Finalist
ypia 2020 winner
Consumer Code For New Homes
10 Year Structural Warranty
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