17 stunning aerial photos which show how Leeds has changed since 2007

These aerial photos reveal just how much Leeds has changed over the last 12 years.

Monday, 3rd June 2019, 11:34 am
Your Leeds from the air.

The photos which were taken in March 2007 provide a snapshot of life in the city. READ MORE: The 34 never seen before photos of Leeds through the ages | Nine ways how Leeds has changed the world

A view looking down over Leeds city centre.
A view looking down over Headingley, with Yorkshire cricket ground and Leeds Rhinos stadium within the centre of the picture.
A view looking down onto Crown Point retail park.

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A view looking down onto the bottom of the M1 and M621.
A view looking down over the city centre with The Royal Armouries and The Calls.
A view looking down over Leeds Station and the Bridgewater development.
Views of Wellington Street, The Headrow, Leeds Inner Ring Road, City Square, and the City Island development.
Leeds General Infirmary in the centre of the picture.
The White Rose shopping centre.
A view looking down over developments along the River Aire, near the weir and the Etap Hotel.
A view looking down over Armley Jail.
A view looking down over the City Island development and your YEP.
A view looking down over the space along Wellington Street, where the new Lumiere Tower 1 was due to be built.
A view over Beeston.
A view looking down onto South Leeds Stadium, Beeston.
A view looking down over Kirkgate Market, Leeds Bus Station, Millgarth Police Station, West Yorkshire Playhouse.
Elland Road.