Newest building to be signed off on landmark Leeds development

The latest building in the expanding Wellington Place development in Leeds city centre has been completed.

By The Newsroom
Wednesday, 24th January 2018, 7:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 24th January 2018, 7:50 am
Stuart Postlethwaith (Gillespies, Landscape Architect), Lucy Tolson (Wellington Place Reception Team), Rob Saberton (Project Manager, Wates Construction), Miles Jones (Development Manager, MEPC), Paul Pavia (Head of Development, MEPC), Dominique Simcox (Marketing Manager, MEPC), Jim Harris (Building Manager, CBRE), Phil Clifford (Estate Manager, CBRE), Tom Walker (Gillespies, Landscape Architect) and Luke Russel (Wellington Place Security Team)
Stuart Postlethwaith (Gillespies, Landscape Architect), Lucy Tolson (Wellington Place Reception Team), Rob Saberton (Project Manager, Wates Construction), Miles Jones (Development Manager, MEPC), Paul Pavia (Head of Development, MEPC), Dominique Simcox (Marketing Manager, MEPC), Jim Harris (Building Manager, CBRE), Phil Clifford (Estate Manager, CBRE), Tom Walker (Gillespies, Landscape Architect) and Luke Russel (Wellington Place Security Team)

Number 3 Wellington Place, on the landmark development being carried out by MEPC, offers office and retail space over five floors and 115,000 square feet and the newly completed building also boasts a south facing roof terrace, basement parking, bike maintenance stations, electric vehicle charging points and shower and changing rooms, plus cafes and restaurants at ground level.

Next to the new building there are also on-site allotments, free bike hire, waste segregation system and extensive open spaces with biodiverse landscaping.

James Dipple, Chief Executive of MEPC, said: “This is the best new building currently available in Leeds and an important step down the road towards fulfilling our ambition to make Wellington Place the location of choice for business in the City region.”

The completion of Number 3 marks the opening of the sixth building at MEPC’s Wellington Place development, part of its master plan of 14 buildings offering in excess of 1.5 million sq ft of commercial, retail, leisure and residential accommodation.