Saturday, June 19, 2021

Charity moves into new offices in Leeds

Bid Services, a charity which supports people who are deaf, hard of hearing or visually impaired, is moving offices to Leeds.

The charity has acquired 2,930 sq ft of office space in Gallery House on The Headrow, on a five-year lease from landlord Headrow, managed by Wilton Developments.

This office deal, concluded by JLL, means that Gallery House is now fully let and that Bid Services will join a tenant line up including Reed and Leeds Beckett University.

Wilton Developments on behalf of Headrow acquired both office buildings at the start of 2017.

Jason Stowe, from Wilton Developments, said: “Bid Services’ decision to relocate to Gallery House was driven by its desire to find a workspace that provided the right environment for staff and clients.

“This move is a real accolade to the building’s stylish space and business location in Leeds city centre.

“We are looking forward to a long-term relationship with them and hope they enjoy their new offices.”

Clem McDowell, senior surveyor at JLL, added: “With good quality office space remaining in short supply in Leeds city centre, Phoenix House, the sister building of Gallery House, has been refurbished to the same high standard.

“It will appeal to a variety of occupiers, looking for good quality, cost effective offices right in the heart of the city.”

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