Saturday, June 19, 2021

Colas expands into larger northern regional office

The northern regional office of infrastructure company Colas has relocated from Elmfield Road, Morley to larger premises at Landmark Court, Elland Road.

Colas, which is part of the international Colas Group, operates throughout the UK delivering infrastructure projects as well as long term maintenance contracts for clients, has taken a 10 year lease on 8,700 sq ft Unit 1.

The property has recently been entirely refurbished by the business parks’ owner property development and investment company Gatsby Group.

Landmark Court is made up of seven detached self-contained office buildings set within a landscaped site on Elland Road, one mile south of Leeds city centre.

The deal was negotiated by Carter Towler, who’s Director Rick Fraser said: “The relocation to Landmark Court will be a very positive move for Colas’ northern operations I’m sure. Gatsby Group has invested over £200,000 upgrading the office facilities across the business park and the surrounding landscaping.

“These top quality, detached and self-contained office buildings are now attracting a considerable amount of interest not just because of the improved specification but the highly accessible location too. There aren’t many offices like this so close the city and the motorway network.”

As part of its commitment to reducing their impact on the environment, Colas has installed electric vehicle charging points as they are providing these at all of their offices across the UK to support their expanding electric vehicle fleet.

Colas’ board of directors held their monthly board meeting at the new Landmark Court offices last week, and CEO Carl Fergusson officially opened the site.

Director of Regional Operations North at Colas, Louis Ledoux added: “Colas is committing to growth in the North of England and has opened this new central regional office to support that ambition.”

Cushman & Wakefield and Carter Towler are the joint letting agents at Landmark Court.

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