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Eastgate & Harewood Quarter, Leeds, United Kingdom

Wednesday 19 Jul 2006
 

Vision for Leeds city centre

 
Eastgate & Harewood Quarter by WAN Editorial in Leeds, United Kingdom
 
 
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Finalised application submitted 

The Leeds Partnership has recently submitted a finalised planning application for the Eastgate and Harewood Quarter of Leeds’ city centre. The master plan design, led by Farrells architects, illustrates aims to create a £700 million, 1.2 million ft² (100,000m²) retail-led city centre regeneration. The key aim of the design is to incorporate Leeds’ historic legacy with a contemporary European ambience. The largely derelict site will be transformed into a number of different buildings with many diverse uses, including: new department stores (notably a flagship John Lewis store), over 100 new shops, bars and restaurants, cinemas, a gym, offices, flats, a crèche and other community facilities. The development will provide 600 new homes and as many as 5000 new jobs.

Key Facts

Status Planning
Value 1002(m€)
WAN Editorial
worldarchitecturenews.com

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