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News » Up To £20m » Third Wellington Place contract for Wates » published 22 Aug 2016

Third Wellington Place contract for Wates

Developer MEPC has appointed Wates Construction for a new office development in Leeds.

Artists impression of 3 Wellington Place Above: Artists impression of 3 Wellington Place

The mixed-use project at 3 Wellington Place has been designed by architect Sheppard Robson. The six-storey Grade A scheme spans a total surface area of 12,800 m2 with a basement car park.

Wellington Place is a nine-hectare business park in Leeds City Centre. This is Wates' third project on the development. It has previously built 5 and 6 Wellington Place – 7,000 m2 and 9,700 m2 of speculative office space respectively.

Wates regional director Paul Dodsworth said: “MEPC’s masterplan to deliver premium office space in Leeds has reached new heights in recent months and 3 Wellington Place is set to further complement this vision, whilst also providing versatile commercial space for both domestic and global businesses. To be furthering our role at the scheme is a deserving acknowledgement of our team’s deep understanding of MEPC’s strategy to build upon and subsequently enhance the commercial offering in Leeds.”

 

  • Picture above shows the masterplan of Wellington Place

 

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This article was published on 22 Aug 2016 (last updated on 22 Aug 2016).

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