Over the last 150 years the Waterdale area of Doncaster has had many dramatic land use changes. In the 1850s Waterdale, as we know it today, was predominantly fields most likely used for grazing. With the rail and coal industries not fully established in Doncaster there was no need for large areas of housing.
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The Civic and Cultural Quarter is re-vitalising the Waterdale area of the town centre into a place of real interest. The landmark £300 million development, delivered in four stages over six to eight years, will cover some 25 acres which includes Waterdale and the area around the Council House and land where the former Doncaster College was located.