These could be the ten tallest skyscrapers and towers in Leeds by 2030

Bridgewater Place has been Leeds' tallest building since 2007, but millions of pounds could be spent on new towers across the city.

Friday, 5th July 2019, 11:09 am
An artist impression of Midland Tower, a 33-storey residential building proposed for Holbeck Urban Village. (Credit: Nick Brown)

If planning permission goes ahead, these could be the city's tallest buildings by 2030, with two skyscrapers set to knock Bridgewater Place off the top spot.

Part of a 350m development in Leeds' South Bank. If plans go ahead, this 40 storey tower could be Leeds' tallest building. The city's current tallest building, Bridgewater Place, is 32 floors in comparison. (Credit: CEG)
A giant crane was erected in May to build this 37-floor student skyscraper on Lovell Park Road, next to the Merrion Centre. The building will include 752 bedrooms and will be the tallest in Yorkshire when completed.

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Built in 2007, this office and residential skyscraper is visible from 25 miles away from most areas. It is currently Yorkshire's tallest building.
This 37-storey residential skyscraper, opened in 2009, towers over the Arena Quarter. It houses 572 student apartments.
This tower is part of a large development in Holbeck, currently going through planning permission. The 32-storey residential building will have a gym, resident's lounge and cinema room. (Credit: Nick Brown)
A 25-storey student apartment tower in the Arena Quarter, built in 2006.
Formerly known as West Riding House, this 20-storey tall office block has been a familiar site in Leeds since 1973.
Built in 1966, this 20-storey tower was originally an office block until it was converted to a hotel in 2004. It was Leeds' tallest building until 1973. (Credit: Google)
This 20-storey office tower, formerly known as Tower House, was built in 1968. (Credit: Google)
This unusually shaped residential tower (right) was opened in 2010 and sits at 22 floors tall.