Johnny and his father Paul Caddick run the Caddick Group, founded in 1979 it has grown to become one of the largest and most successful property companies in the UK. Johnny has been responsible for some of the group’s most high-profile schemes including the development of Trinity Leeds, the 1m sq. ft. shopping centre in the heart of the city, and more recently, SOYO Leeds – a 6-acre mixed use site that Caddick is investing £300 million to redevelop.
In 2009 Johnny established Caddick Group’s urban residential team with the commencement of Vauxhall Sky Gardens, a 36-storey residential development in London. In 2013, Johnny founded Moda, the first regional high amenity build-to-rent platform in the UK. Since the inception Moda has secured a pipeline of over 6,750 apartments across the UK with a development value in excess of £2bn.
Caddick also owns Headingley Stadium in Leeds which is currently undergoing a £40million redevelopment.