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Professional services group agrees terms for new Leeds office

Evelyn Partners, the integrated wealth management and professional services group, has agreed terms to relocate its Leeds office to new premises at 3 Wellington Place.

Located in the heart of Leeds city centre and five minutes walk from the main train station, the new office provides a workspace for the group’s 85-strong team currently based in the city and will allow for further growth. The move is expected to take place in the second half of the year.

The new office will provide space for the team to work at both desks and meet with colleagues in collaborative areas, while clients will benefit from additional modern meeting rooms with the latest technology.

Wellington Place is a new 21-acre neighbourhood which consists of mixed used buildings spanning office, leisure and retail spaces.

Ian Gibson, Managing Partner of Evelyn Partners’ Leeds office, said: “We are delighted to have agreed terms to re-locate our Leeds office to Wellington Place. The new premises in a vibrant new quarter in the city centre will enable us to keep pace with the ambitious plans we have to work with more clients in Yorkshire.

“Wellington Place, which is well-located and within easy reach of the train station, will provide a modern working environment for our staff and first-class meeting rooms for clients to meet their advisers.”

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