Leeds South Bank is Transforming

Drawing on it’s unique assets to help shape the city, providing the room the city needs to grow. Leeds South Bank is a critical piece in the city’s regeneration.

Caddick Developments latest development City One Leeds has one ambition, to be the gateway to Leeds Southbank. The 9.48 acres (3.8ha) mixed use site will offer Residential, Offices, Retail, Leisure and Hotel.

City One - Leeds - Aerial

Existing Developments

  1. City Walk (Mixed use)
  2. The Mint (Offices)
  3. Marshall Mills (Offices)
  4. Round Foundry (Mixed use)
  1. Granary Wharf (Residential)
  2. Southern Entrance Leeds
    Train Station (Transport)
  3. Bridgewater Place (Mixed use)

Planned Developments

  • Burberry Campus
  • Sweet Street - Dandara
  • Ironworks - Igloo
  • Tower Works - Carillion
  • Tower Works - CEG
  • KPMG/Addleshaw Goddard - Muse/Bruntwood
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ONCE THE INDUSTRIAL HEARTLAND OF LEEDS, HOLBECK URBAN VILLAGE HAS BEEN QUIETLY REINVENTING THEMSELVES

Leeds is the UK’s fastest growing city and with the second largest employment total outside of London. The city is widely recognised as the largest and most important regional centre for legal, professional and financial services. Leeds is the principal city for the Yorkshire and Humber region which has a population of approximately 5 million.

  • Leeds city railway station is one of the busiest in the country, serving nearly 28 million passengers a year.

    Passengers numbers are forecast to grow by 62% by the year 2029. The fastest train times to London Kings Cross are 2 hours and 15 minutes. Leeds Bradford International Airport lies 7 miles to northwest of the centre. The on-going development of Leeds South Bank has created demand for a new southern entrance allowing more direct access to its expanding development areas.

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LOCATED AT THE HEART OF THE UK.

Leeds is situated approximately 35 miles north of Sheffield, 44 miles northeast of Manchester and 194 miles north of London. Leeds benefits from excellent road communications via the M621 which serves the city and links with the intersection of the M1 and M62 motorways only 7 miles to the south and onto the A1(M) 10 miles thereafter the east.

City One is situated on Meadow Lane (A653), the principle entrance to the City from the motorway network (J3&4 M621). The site is bounded by Sweet Street, Meadow Lane, Jack Lane and Marshall Street. The immediate vicinity has undergone sigificant development over the last ten years, which includes; City Walk (Offices, residential and Hotel). The Mint whose occupiers are Jet2 and the regeneration scheme at Holbeck Urban Village.

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  • Outline planning consent was granted on 12th April 2013, (Ref: 10/00923/OT) for the development of land at Meadow Lane for uses within the Classes B1, D1, C1, C3 (upto 296 residential units) and ancillary A1, A3, A4 and A5 uses, including associated works for formation of site access road.

    The consent was for the construction of 10 bildings, providing the following maximum Gross External Area:

    ACCOMMODATION TABLE

    The site benefits from planning consent for the use as a temporary car park (REF: 11/05281/FU). The consent is valid until March 2017. Full details are available on request. The committee report prepared in respect of the outline consent referred to building heights ranging from 6-9 storeys in accordance with HUV Framework. The exception to this is the casino/hotel buildings (C1, H1, H2) that has a plinth with a parameter of 2-9 storeys with a tower above ranging between 18-40 storeys.

Further information

Knight Frank, BNP

A development by

Caddick Developments

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