Join us for our property lunch and network with professionals from the property and regeneration sectors from across Yorkshire.
Leeds city centre is almost unrecognisable from how it looked just five years ago, and the property sector has been the key to this transformation.
One of the most eye-catching schemes on site at the moment is Platform, the redevelopment of the former City House that looms over Leeds railway station.
Bruntwood’s re-imagining of the building fits into the emerging trends of connectivity – digitally, with the latest technology, physically, with the increasing importance of transport hubs, and community, creating the most ambitious new collaborative workspace in the region.
At TheBusinessDesk.com’s Property lunch on Tuesday, June 27, Craig Burrow, the Leeds director of Bruntwood, will talk about the plans for Platform and the challenges faced redeveloping above one of the busiest train stations in the UK as well as the wider future of the property sector in the city.
Craig, who is a key figure in the region’s property industry, has spent the last 10 years with family-owned Bruntwood and its developments including 3 Sovereign Square and West One.
The two-course lunch event is at Bibi’s restaurant, Sovereign Street, close to Leeds railway station. It follows a Women in Business lunch last month which attracted more than 150 people.
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