New city centre site on market

The former Yorkshire Water depot in the city centre has been put up for sale.

The 2.5 acre site in George Street, off Leeds Road close to the Leisure Exchange, is being sold by Keyland Developments, Kelda’s property arm.  It is currently being used as a car park.

Ryan Unsworth of Keyland said: “We are confident that the time is right to be launching this significant site to market as the regeneration of Bradford city centre continues to go from strength to strength.  The site had historic planning consent for mixed-use, demonstrating that it is suitable for a range of uses which can complement the surrounding amenities.  We have appointed BNP Paribas Real Estate and Mark Brearley & Co due to their local knowledge and understanding of the range of exciting opportunities this site presents to the market.”

Before its demolition last year, the site was used as a depot, computer centre and water-testing laboratory for Yorkshire Water, and was most recently home to the Citizens Advice Bureau.

Written on March 9, 2017Mike Cartwright
Published in City Centre Regeneration, Commercial, Local News