CEG

Planning permission has been secured to revitalise this 8.69 acre site, delivering a vibrant, well connected and sustainable mixed-use development.

The derelict brownfield site is a gateway to the city from the South West and will be transformed into a place to live, work, eat, drink, shop, meet and relax. Work will commence on site clearance early in 2019.

The planning permission includes:

A summary of the planning application can be downloaded here

CEG's development seeks to:

CEG is working with award-winning architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCBStudios), which secured the coveted International Tall Building of the Year Award in 2010 for Broadcasting Place in Leeds, seeing off competition from some of the world’s most prestigious buildings.

They have designed a new mixed-use community which builds on the historic character of the area with landmark buildings and innovative public spaces in a key location close to Leeds City Station and the canal.

Indicative artist's impressions.

The wider South Bank area of Leeds has the potential to double the size of Leeds City Centre, creating 35,000 new jobs and thousands of new homes as part of a distinctive destination for investment, living, learning, creativity and leisure.

CEG has a long legacy of investing in Leeds; managing buildings at Thorpe Park and Albion Street and delivering a ground breaking £400million development at Kirkstall Forge. Here, a new railway station has already opened, paving the way for 1,050 new homes and 400,000 sq ft of commercial, retail, leisure and community space in this unique wooded, riverside site.

The first 110,000 sq ft flagship Grade A office opened in December 2017 and is 90% let in less than a year. CEG also runs the Forging Futures skills campus on site, providing innovative hands-on construction skills on the site and helping turning Leeds students into future developers, builders, architects and engineers.

 

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