*Please note* This development has a 6 month guaranteed income at completion if the unit is not let out - 5% pro rata.
Previously an office complex, Greenleigh Court is the perfect location for commuters working in Leeds, giving them a variety of options in how they travel to work. Car, train and bike are all excellent options. The train station is only 5 minutes walk away and the train takes passengers into Leeds in ten minutes. The development is within the A647 ring road, and the M621 motorway leads right into the city centre providing direct access to the M1 motorway. Alternatively, residents can choose to use the Cycle Superhighway, a purpose built segregated bike path which runs directly outside the development into Leeds.
This development takes its green credentials seriously. It will use ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) which use pipes buried underground to extract heat from the ground itself, effortlessley heating the apartments under-floor heating and water. The benefits of using a GSHP are numerous; lower carbon emissions, lower energy bills and no electrical heating needed. Recycling facilities will also be on-site.
Fibre broadband & Virgin Media will provide hyperoptic connection to the exchange resulting in the UK's fastest residential speeds for tenants. A full spec document is available - speak to one of the team.
Greenleigh Court is so accessible from the city centre that all necessary local amenities and a range of local pubs and restaurants are close by. Local amenities include Marks and Spencer and a 24 hour Asda superstore with an opticians, pharmacy and bank which is ten minutes walk from the development. The Real Junk Food Project – the global, organic network of pay as you feel cafés cafe is a 25 minute walk away.
Leeds has undergone a dramatic transformation in the last ten years. It is a major commercial and financial centre for the north of England and a key player in the Northern Powerhouse. Its population continues to grow and it is the 7th fastest growing resident population up to 2020, which is greater than Manchester and Birmingham. Savills has highlighted the potential housing shortfall in its Spotlight report on The Future of Leeds City Region and developers are looking to locations outside of the city to meet the need of people working in the city.
Expected completion of this development is Q1 2018.
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