Paul Caddick Net Worth
Paul Caddick Net Worth: Paul Caddick is a retired British rugby player who has a net worth of $225 million. Even though he was forced to cease his active rugby career in 1980, Caddick has never stopped his involvement with the sport. Having started out as a Site Engineer in the mid-1960s, Caddick went on to obtain a degree in civil engineering from Sheffield Hallam University in 1974, as well as he qualified as both a Chartered Civil and Municipal Engineer. Five years later, he established the Caddick Group PLC, Yorkshire based business which is at the forefront of commercial property development, construction and civil engineering in the United Kingdom. With more than 30 years of property-to-construction experience, the Caddick Group PLC breaks down in two operational arms, Caddick Construction and Caddick Civil Engineering. Under his leadership, it has carried out some really big projects, including the development of Wakefield 41 Business Park, which is the first major business park in Yorkshire. In addition to the above, Paul Caddick became the owner of Leeds CF&A Co Ltd in October 1996, an ownership that also includes full possession of Headingley Stadium. Only two years later, he became one of the key people in the formation of the world's first dual code partnership as Leeds Rugby Union Club united forces with Leeds Rhinos under the Leeds Rugby umbrella. In 2005, he decided to sell the adjacent cricket stadium to a Yorkshire county cricket club. Today, the Caddick Group has a 76% stake at Leeds Rugby, which Caddick chairs. Along with other assets and sale proceeds, Paul Caddick and family's wealth reaches £150m. Still actively playing a hands-on role at Caddick Developments, Paul prefers to spend his free time doing some sport activities, like rugby and shooting.