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Old May 3rd, 2017, 02:39 AM   #121
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Radius | 17 fl | Residential/Commercial

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1935104


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  • Address: Whitehall Road/Springwell Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Developer: Citylife Developments
  • Architect: Nick Brown Architects
  • Use: Mixed-use residential project of 224 apartments and approx. 5,800 sq ft of commercial space.

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Landmark apartment scheme set for green light

Plans for an eye-catching stepped apartment complex on a gateway site in Leeds which incorporates feature roof terraces and is located close to some of the city's best-known office developments have been recommended for approval.

Acting on behalf of Citylife Developments, ID Planning is seeking permission to develop 224 apartments and about 5,800 sq ft of commercial space on land at the corner of Whitehall Road and Springwell Road.

Split across two buildings, plans drawn up by Nick Brown Architects envision a sail-like structure starting at six storeys and rising to a total of 16 storeys towards the city.

A private landscaped garden is earmarked for the heart of the scheme, while private decked balconies stepping along Whitehall Road would provide outdoor living space for residents.

According to a report to be scrutinised by councillors later this week, the scheme should be delegated to the chief planning officer for approval, subject to the specified conditions.

Those conditions include making a £634,474 payment to the council in respect of affordable housing.

The scheme is said to be a "significant regeneration opportunity that will contribute positively to the regeneration of Holbeck" and provide "a striking, landmark building along the Whitehall Road corridor".

It is also thought that the development would act as a gateway into the city centre along Whitehall Road and could also catalyse further redevelopment of the area to the west, bringing new investment and jobs.

Other schemes in the immediate vicinity include Wellington Place and One Whitehall, the home of the Yorkshire Post.

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Leeds City College (Quarry Hill Campus) | 11fl - 5fl

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1948217



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Work to start on new £150m multi-storey college campus building in heart of Leeds city centre

Building work will start on a new £150m multi-storey college campus in Leeds city centre’s booming cultural quarter this summer after contracts were officially signed this week.

The £150m scheme put forward by Leeds City College was given the go-ahead last November. And today the college announced it has officially signed the contracts to purchase land at Quarry Hill. This will allow the development of a new 15,000 metre sq campus that will "revolutionise" the college’s digital and creative arts and health science provisions and house expansion for Leeds College of Music, part of the Leeds City College group.

Part-funded by the college, the project has received £33.4m investment through the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) growth deal – a £1 billion package of government investment to accelerate growth and create jobs across Leeds City Region. Construction work will start during July 2017 with an estimated completion date of June 2019, ready for the 2019-2020 academic year.

The 11-storey development, neighbouring the West Yorkshire Playhouse, will include science labs, computing and digital technology labs, specialist childcare training facilities, practical rooms, lecture theatres, dance, art, and film studios, and a performance theatre. It will also house new recording studio facilities for music courses.

Jane Pither, deputy principal for corporate services at Leeds City College, said: “This exciting campus in the heart of Leeds will be a dynamic and contemporary learning environment that meets the needs of the local economy. “It will highlight our commitment to providing exceptional learning spaces and enhance and complement this cultural quarter of the city.”

Roger Marsh OBE, chair of the LEP, added: “We’re delighted that Quarry Hill - one of the projects in our total £79 million investment in further education infrastructure across the city region and Leeds City College’s second major new city centre site - has begun to be realised. “This transformational and ambitious development will give students from Leeds, Bradford and the wider city region access to world class, state-of-the-art training facilities, allowing the College to closer align the powerhouse skills of our future workforce with the needs of our city region businesses.”

Quarry Hill will be the college’s second major new city centre site, to add to its Hunslet Road Printworks campus development. The £10m final phase of the Printworks Campus, a state-of-the-art centre for digital, IT, business, and computer science training, has also received funding through the LEP’s Growth Deal and is set to open in September 2017.

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“Highline” public park regeneration scheme set for approval

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“Highline” public park regeneration scheme set for approval
11 May 2017

Plans for a residential and leisure-led regeneration scheme in Leeds centred around the creation of a new public park that draws inspiration from New York's famous Highline have been recommended for conditional approval.

The unoccupied 4.2-acre former Doncaster Monkbridge site off Whitehall Road, located to the west of the Wellington Place scheme, is characterised by a grade II-listed former railway viaduct that runs along the south-east boundary.

ID Planning is seeking permission to create five apartment blocks on Whitehall Road in Lower Wortley, providing up to 607 apartments as well as revitalising the area's food and drink sector.

In a hybrid application, full planning approval is sought for the 307 private rented sector units within three buildings to the western edge of the scheme and the commercial elements of the project. Outline permission is being sought for the open market dwellings.

Drawn up by architecture firm Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher, the developments would range in height between 11 and 21 storeys.

Taking inspiration from the Highline in New York city there will also be a new park created across the upper level of the viaduct, which is about the same length and width as Briggate and will link the city to the site, crossing the River Aire and the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.

The plan intends to create active uses for archways under the railway mainline with spaces used for bar and restaurants in a similar vein to the city's existing Granary Wharf sector.

The chief planning officer's report said: "This scheme is a significant regeneration opportunity that will contribute positively to the regeneration of this part of the city and provide striking, landmark buildings to the Whitehall Road corridor and the western part of the city centre.

"The development will bring significant new investment and job opportunities and also enhance connections to the nearby inner city communities and provide a major new piece of public realm whilst refurbishing the grade II-listed viaduct.

"The proposal will provide quality new residential accommodation on a brownfield site, contributing towards housing delivery. The proposal also offers a substantial community infrastructure levy contribution and will deliver a significant amount of affordable housing."

The full application has been deferred and delegeated to the chief planning officer for approval subject to specified conditions and the completion of a section 106 agreement.

Providing the plans are approved, work is set to begin in August this year.

Other professionals working on the scheme include Turley, Hann Tucker Associates, Buro Happold, SCP Design, FPCR, Roscoe and Prospect Archaeology.

The project is being brought forward by a company controlled by investment services group Alpha Real Capital.

Sir Alfred McAlpine is in place as a construction partner.
Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1461481

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Wellington Place | 2.6m sq ft | Office/Residential/Retail | U/C

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1607646

Official website: http://www.mepc.com/wellingtonplace/home.aspx



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  • Address: Wellington Place, Leeds, West Yorkshire
  • Developer: MEPC
  • Floors Space: 2,600,000 sq ft
  • Use: Office/Residential/Retail



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I've put together a full update on the Leeds residential market for anyone that is interested. A hell of a lot has been submitted through the planning portal recently and I'm not sure all of it has been captured on here. It looks like we may finally start to see some movement on site over the next few months!

Radius Residential Development (215 units)
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Apartments within the Radius development have gone on sale to investors this week. The development will start construction in August 2017.

Monk Bridge PRS Development (607 units)





A full planning application was submitted this week for the development. A contractor has been appointed and works are set to start in August 2017. This includes the redevelopment of the disused railway viaduct, with the arches to be converted for commercial usage and the surface to be converted into an urban park.

Yorkshire Post PRS Development (237 units)



Site clearance and groundworks are ongoing. Full construction expected to start in July 2017.

Climate Innovation District (516 units)





Construction is believed to have started this week. Diggers and workers are now on site.

Mustard Wharf PRS Development (250 units)



Legal & General have purchased the site this week. Planning application is in place, and construction is expected to start in January 2018.

Vastint Masterplan, Leeds South Bank (1000 residential units + office, hotel & leisure)



An outline planning application for Vastint's South Bank masterplan and city park has been submitted this week. The tallest building is 30 storeys. Construction date is unknown but I am hoping we will see movement on site before the end of 2017.

Vita Student (376 units)





Planning permission has now been obtained. Construction expected to start September 2017.

Green Bank PRS Development (625 units)





Keepmoat are said to be bringing forward the Green Bank site as a PRS development. Planning permission is already in place and I expect work to start on site by the end of 2017.

Arthur's Fold (101 units)



Outline planning permission submitted last week. This is the same developers as Radius, and assuming this moves as quickly we should see a start on site by the end of 2017.

Temple Quarter (550 units)







Full plans to be unveiled 25 May 2017. Full planning application expected shortly. We've all got our fingers crossed for this one.

Bridge Street (780 residential units + office, hotel & leisure)





Hampton by Hilton have signed up for the hotel element making up Phase 1 of the development. Construction will start in Summer 2017. We're still awaiting a full planning application for Phase 2, but hopefully this latest signing will act as a trigger for Phase 2.

Other schemes







Tower Works (top), Ironworks (middle), Calls Wharf (bottom) have all been rumoured to start in Summer 2017. Full planning permission has been obtained for each and we wait in hope that we will see some tangible movement on site for these three!
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I've put together a full update on the Leeds residential market for anyone that is interested. A hell of a lot has been submitted through the planning portal recently and I'm not sure all of it has been captured on here...
Also, don't forget about the Dandara scheme (744 units) which is currently on site:



Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1966706


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Leeds “High Line” scheme gains unanimous approval:

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1461481

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The Monk Bridge PRS development has gained unanimous approval from the plans panel today. Sir Robert McAlpine has been appointed as the main contractor and work will start on site in August.

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The most exciting proposal in Leeds in many years in my opinion. Roll on August!
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Green-light for ‘sky park’ and bars plan for historic Leeds viaduct

An ambitous plan to turn a disused Leeds viaduct into a vibrant high-line’ park with bars and restaurants in its arches has been given glowing approval by a decision-making panel.

The blueprint for Monk Bridge off Whitehall Road was describe by one plans chief as the “most exciting” application he had ever been asked to consider.

It is part-inspired by the High Line, a 1.45-mile-long park built on disused railway in New York City, itself based on a similar scheme completed in Paris.

The Leeds proposal also features 307 homes in five blocks ranging from 11 to 21 storeys in height on the same parcel of land.

Julian D’Arcy, principal at developer Foundation Real Estate, said: “We are delighted to have received planning consent for the regeneration of the Monk Bridge site, and especially look forward to restoring the viaduct at its heart.” He added: “The support from Leeds City Council, neighbouring businesses and the wider community demonstrates the importance placed in celebrating the city’s past whilst championing its future, and we are already gearing up to start construction this summer to deliver on this.”

Welcoming the scheme, councillor James McKenna, chairman of the plans panel, said: “I have to say that in 30 years of sitting on planning, this is the most exciting scheme I have come across.”

Coun Peter Gruen said the design had an “amazing wow factor”. “You are doing something quite exceptional, something that will be a legacy,” he said.

Coun Asghar Khan added: “It will be like welcoming a bit of New York in Leeds.”

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Central Square | 280,000 sq ft Grade A office | 14fl

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1525021

Official website: www.centralsquareleeds.com/



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  • Address: Central Square, Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1
  • Developer: Roydhouse Properties
  • Architect: DLA Design
  • Height: 65m
  • Floors: 14
  • Use: Office/Retail/Leisure/Residential
  • Restaurant/Bar/Leisure Space: 20,000 sq ft





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Kirkstall Forge

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=504279

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Designs for Kirkstall Forge village homes revealed

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Designs for Kirkstall Forge village homes revealed
5 August 2017

A 21st century village is emerging out of industrial land on the fringe of Leeds city centre. Sharon Dale reports on the rise of Kirkstall Forge.

Sir Titus Salt would be delighted to know that his Victorian model village in Saltaire is not just a desirable postcode and tourist attraction.

The proof of its continued relevance is at Kirkstall Forge, a 57-acre former industrial site between Leeds city centre and fashionable Horsforth, where Feilden Clegg Bradley architects have been heavily influenced by Salt’s ethos of building better for the sake of well-being.

He wanted to provide his mill workers with an alternative to slums and gave them attractive, good quality homes, a new factory and amenities. The reward was healthier, happier employees who were more productive.

Feilden Clegg Bradley and developers CEG are emulating that ideal and while their main aim is to build and sell residential and commercial property, they have higher aspirations of creating a contemporary idyll. They have been greatly helped by the natural environment and the prime location. Just off the main A65, the old forge is in a hidden valley with the River Aire running through it.

CEG has just released the first images of what the new homes there could look like after submitting detailed designs for council approval. It already has consent to build and work on the first phase of 112 properties is due to start at the beginning of next year. They will go on sale in September 2018 and mark an important milestone in a ten-year scheme to build 1,050 new homes, 300,000 sq ft of office space and 100,000 sq ft of shops, cafes, a primary school and park.

The houses and apartments are strikingly contemporary, which is what CEG MD Jon Kenny wanted. He chose Sterling prize winners FCB after seeing its Dwelling Accordia project in Cambridge.

“We didn’t want to fall into the trap of repeating a path well trodden. We wanted to do something different,” he says.

More than £40million has already been invested in site clearance, the construction of the first office building and a new bridge over the river and decking on its banks.

The three to four-bedroom brick-built houses in the first phase of building are on three terraced streets. They feature open-plan living spaces, 12-foot high ceilings and an abundance of glazing, plus gardens, terraces and parking.

Architect Andrew MacIntosh says: “It is an arrangement that borrows both from industrial era model villages, such as Saltaire and also from contemporary Scandinavian ideas about co-housing.”

At the centre of the site, a public square will be flanked by two taller buildings, which will include houses and apartments, a communal garden, shops, cafes, a concierge service.

Jon Kenny admits that the site looked like “Mission Impossible” but thanks to his determination and strong political support at local level it promises to be one of Leeds biggest property success stories.

“It’s been very complex and up there with some of the biggest regeneration projects in the country,” says Kenny. Now based in London, he grew up in Yorkshire and remembers “the mile-long big red brick wall” surrounding the working forge from when he was a child.

“When I first saw behind that wall I realised there was a beautiful river valley surrounded by woodland. It was exceptional, unlike any other industrial site I had seen. It was an opportunity to create a modern village and chances like that don’t come along very often.”

Plans for the site, which CEG bought in 2003, were stalled by the recession but patience was rewarded by the piece de resistance, the new Kirkstall Forge railway station and a six-minute train journey into Leeds central.



It opened two years ago and was a joint effort between CEG, the council, Metro and the local MP, who persuaded central government to fund it. The station will be a major selling point when the first homes hit the market next year.

It has certainly helping to fill the first office block, which opens in October. The office workers will be Kirkstall Forge’s first “residents” and if Jon Kenny’s vision is realised, by 2027 there should be 10,000 people living and working alongside them.

This is the biggest scheme he has ever been involved in and he sees it as a legacy site. He hopes his children will be able to say proudly, “My dad did that.”

*For more details on Kirkstall Forge, visit www.kirkstallforge.com

*Kirkstall Forge is the largest brownfield site set for redevelopment in Leeds and it is the most ambitious scheme in the city’s development pipeline. Jonathan Morgan, of Morgans property agency, says: “The housing design approach, which is unashamedly modernist, will set new standards of quality in the Northern housing market and Kirkstall Forge will, we believe, become one of the most desirable places to live in the region.

“This level of quality, attention to detail and place-making is highly unusual in the North and it is clear that CEG have every intention of creating something very special. This is very exciting stuff.”
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Majestic | 66,000 sq ft Grade A office

Leeds forum thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...473550&page=21

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  • Address: City Square, Leeds, LS1
  • Developer: Rushbond
  • Architect: DLA Design
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First glimpse of Leeds’ Majestic transformation

These are the first images of how the Majestic building in Leeds city centre will look following its transformation into 65,000 sq ft offices by developer Rushbond.

Due to start this summer, the landmark development, which secured planning permission at the turn of the year, will create new offices over six floors.

An additional three storeys are to be added to one of Leeds’ most iconic buildings and a three-storey height foyer will welcome employees and visitors.

Majestic LeedsMark Finch, director of real estate at Rushbond, said: “The Majestic will offer all the amenities and qualities demanded by modern-day business, right in the heart of the city, within a truly unique iconic building. Leeds is a city with an eye over its shoulder at the past but importantly, a real ambition for the future.

“The exceptional quality of the design blends with the exceptional quality of the location and the prestige of a City Square location.”

The plans have evolved through the work of a Leeds-based design team including DLA Design, engineering consultancy Buro Happold and construction consultancy Gardiner and Theobald working alongside real estate advisers JLL.

Finch added: “The Leeds City Region is the largest economy in the Northern Powerhouse, the largest outside of London, with a hot bed of talent and innovation flowing from its leading institutions and the three million people that live within it. Leeds is at the heart of the City Region and the Majestic is right within the heart of the city.

“A growing and ambitious city needs the quality of office space to meet the demands of modern business and this speculative development will deliver a scheme with both style and substance. The plan to bring HS2 right into the Majestic Leedsrailway station is a demonstration of the spirit and intent that rests within the City, allied to a whole stream of inspiring and transformational projects. We are pleased to be a part of the Leeds City Region delegation to MIPIM 2017 and to help in showcasing what the City has to offer to a truly international audience.”

Cllr Judith Blake, leader of Leeds City Council, said: “I’m delighted to see these exciting plans for the Majestic, which retain the character of this iconic building and make the most of its location in City Square, at the heart of Leeds city centre.

“This scheme is one of many in Leeds at present that reflects the city’s success and ambition, and makes the most of our stunning architecture while bringing it into everyday use again. I look forward to seeing this fantastic building once again act as a welcoming gateway for visitors to the city; alongside the transformed Leeds Station as the city prepares for the arrival of HS2 and Northern Powerhouse Rail.”

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Merrion House

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