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Logistics solutions firm to open first office in the region in Leeds

Leeds-based Westcourt Property Group are seeing continued letting success at their Grade A office building at Airport West, Leeds, following completion of a comprehensive refurbishment program.

Logistics solutions and supply chain specialist Emerge Global, who are opening their first office in the region, have taken a lease at Altitude 4, Airport West, located opposite Leeds Bradford Airport.

Robin Beagley, partner at letting agents WSB, said: “The completion of this letting is testimony to the quality and appeal of the contemporary working environment that has been created through the comprehensive refurbishment of Altitude 4.

“It goes to demonstrate that businesses are not looking for conventional office space, they want space that offers a fresh, inspiring working environment for their teams.”

Luke Dawson, property director at the building’s owners, Westcourt, said: “Our aim with the refurbishment of Altitude 4 was to create an office environment of the highest standard whilst ensuring that it provides efficient, flexible and affordable accommodation that meets occupier’s needs.”

The letting of the office space is being dealt with by joint agents WSB Property Consultants and Harvey Burns & Co with Farooq Zar of Schofield Sweeney solicitors representing Westcourt in documenting the leases.

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