Landmark office building given green light in Leeds

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OVER 200,000 sq ft of office space in a new landmark building have been approved by Leeds City Council.

Planners have given the go-ahead to a detailed planning application for Roydhouse’s Central Square redevelopment project on the old Lumiere site in the city.

The mixed use building, designed by Leeds-based DLA Design, will combine high quality offices with a restaurant and also leisure facilities at lower levels.

The 11-storey building will also include atria, a winter garden with green wall and a green roof on one elevation.

Richard Thornton, of property agent JLL, commented to the Yorkshire Evening Post: “We are confident Central Square’s design will play a very important role in contributing to the city’s evolving skyline.

“Without a doubt this will be the most iconic building in Leeds for number of years and we are currently in talks with a number of interested occupiers.”

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