£1m re-development of law firm’s former head office completes

The £1m restoration of a Grade Two listed building in Leeds city centre has completed, turning a law firm's former head office into apartments. Priestley Construction, a Leeds-based contractor which specialises in the refurbishment of historic buildings, has transformed Hanover House, the previous head office of Blacks Solicitors LLP, into ten luxurious apartments. Conservation standards had been set by the local authority and English Heritage over the project. Nathan Priestley, chief executive officer of the Priest... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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