Mawsons completed the sale of 110 Town Street in Stanningley, Leeds to a Papa John’s Pizza Franchisee in late 2017. The property had previously been used for A5 purposes for many years and lies opposite the new Belgrave Retail Park home to Lidl, Greggs and Heron Foods.
Mawsons have completed the letting of the second floor office accommodation at 5 Park Place in central Leeds to local building surveyors Wainwright and Co. Chartered Surveyors. A five year Lease was agreed for the 890 sq ft office based on a headline rent of £10,200 per annum exclusive with the benefit of an on-site secure car parking space. As part of the deal Wainwright & Co have carried out a comprehensive refurbishment and have created a modern open plan working environment with a separate boardroom.
Cameron Ritchie of Mawsons said ‘There were a number of suites that we had available within the vicinity but the second floor at 5 Park Place was the main draw for Gavin Wainwright and his team and was particularly pleased that following negotiations we were able to agree terms that favoured both parties’.
Gavin Wainwright of Wainwright and Co commented, ‘Taking the new premises is the next step of our continued expansion, this now offers us a perfect working environment and facilities to welcome our clients. The refurbishment works were completed by Waingap Contracts Ltd who have delivered an amazing product in line with our designs.’
Recruitment firm Red Rock Partnership Ltd have completed their move into the ground floor south office suite at Waverley House, 14 Woodhouse Square, Leeds. They have taken the 980 sq ft premises on a 2-year term at £10,000 per annum exclusive. Red Rock are a national recruitment provider and have seven branches throughout England and Scotland including Coventry, Leicester, Peterborough and Lanarkshire.
Waverley House, which provides circa 7,200 sq ft of office space, is now fully occupied with a total of seven tenants including Kamrans Solicitors, The Candlelighters Trust, Tom James and Mawsons Commercial Property Surveyors.
Harrogate-based digital agency firm Adigi have relocated their office from Pannal Business Park and moved into the town centre at 1 Victoria Avenue, directly opposite the Harrogate Magistrate Courts. They have taken 716 sq ft under a three year term.
Dan Martin, Digital Director at Adigi, said ‘After a number of years of continued expansion, and an ever growing team, we decided that now is the right time to make the move to 1 Victoria Avenue. The location is a perfect fit for our clients based in the North of the UK. It provides good transport links for those further afield, such as celebrity Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge, Wensleydale Creamery and London’s Percol coffee’.
The relocation of Adigi is a culmination of an exciting year for the firm, taking on well-known clients outside and within the region, and they hope the new offices will help their continued growth as digital brand experts.
Cameron Ritchie of Mawsons, who handled the letting, commented ‘It is great to attract and welcome Adigi to 1 Victoria Avenue and will no doubt prove to be a successful move for them. The self-contained accommodation forms part of a multi-occupied office building over four floors and is once again fully let’.
Existing occupiers include Harrogate Architectural, HQ Personnel and Platinum Advice.
The Landlord was represented by Lupton Fawcett Dennison Till in Leeds and was handled by Tom Wilson.
Consilia Legal, which specialises in family and employment law as well as mediation, have completed their move into the first floor offices at 4 Park Place in central Leeds, taking on approximately 1,000 sq ft under a five year Lease.
Marie Walsh, Director at Consilia Legal commented, ‘We are thrilled to be in a position to take a lease at 4 Park Place, having started our business from serviced offices in 2014. The move is part of our plans to grow the business and follows two new additions to the Consilia Legal team. A lease means we have more flexibility and can make our own distinct mark on the offices. The central location is also fantastic for us. The offices give us room to expand the mediation side of the business as we intend to offer a full workplace mediation service from October 2016 and are expanding our family mediation service into Harrogate in September.’
Cameron Ritchie of Mawsons, who handled the letting of behalf of the Landlord, said ‘Having dealt with Marie Walsh and the team at Consilia Legal for some time in trying to assist with their office move, 4 Park Place proved to be a perfect fit for them. It not only provides a prime central location in the traditional professional area of Leeds but gives them an option to expand into an adjoining suite in the near future to accommodate their planned growth’.
Tom Wilson of Lupton Fawcett Dennison Till acted for the Landlord; Consilia Legal were self-represented.
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