6 Pack - Owlerton Stadium

Property & Business

THE BELLS: CITY DWELLER MAGAZINE CHECKS OUT THE BELLS: THE NEW SERVICED APARTMENTS IN LEEDS CITY CENTRE

THE BELLS CITY DWELLER MAGAZINE CHECKS OUT THE BELLS, THE NEW SERVICED APARTMENTS IN LEEDS CITY CENTRE When I first entered the originally named Kirkgate House I couldn’t believe what a state of disrepair this beautiful old building had been left to fall into. It had stood empty for nearly 20 years and was now a derelict shell full of ...

Read More »

The LGBT+ Hub, established by Leeds City Council, has teamed up with Blacks Solicitors

The LGBT+ Hub, established by Leeds City Council, has teamed up with Blacks Solicitors to form an Alliance of private sector businesses with the aim of supporting the community within the region. The Alliance will pool the resources of local businesses to provide financial support, professional advice, charitable events and meeting spaces for the whole LGBT+ community. They will also offer ...

Read More »

INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR HIGH QUALITY RENTAL PROPERTIES

INCREASE IN DEMAND FOR HIGH QUALITY RENTAL PROPERTIES   DIANA WARR, SALES AND LETTINGS EXPERT AT SANDERSON WEATHERALL TALKS YOU THROUGH THE STATE OF THE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY MARKET “Having worked in it for so long, Sanderson Weatherall know the Leeds market inside and out and combine this local market knowledge with a real passion for property that enables them to work ...

Read More »

OUT NOW: CITY DWELLER 126 THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO OUR CITY LEEDS HAS EVERYTHING TO OFFER

In City Dweller 126 we have a round up of all the best places to eat and drink. There has never been a better time to experience an outing to our great City, with so much going on in the lead up to Christmas Leeds really does have something for everyone to enjoy. From looking after your health, help with finding ...

Read More »

100 NEW JOBS CREATED AT THORPE PARK LEEDS AS DEVELOPMENT GATHERS PACE

100 NEW JOBS CREATED AT THORPE PARK LEEDS AS DEVELOPMENT GATHERS PACE   The £162 million phase two development at Thorpe Park Leeds has reached a major milestone in the number of people gaining access to new jobs in the construction industry.   100 new jobs have been created so far through the main contractor GMI Construction and its supply ...

Read More »

THE TIME TO GET READY FOR A COSY WINTER IS NOW!

INTERIOR DESIGNER, PROPERTY GURU AND CITY DWELLER MAGAZINE COLUMNIST CHRISTINE YORATH TELLS US HOW TO GET READY FOR THE WINTER MONTHS Well the Indian summer we had hoped didn’t join us this year! As I write this column, the sky is nearly black at 10am and rain is hitting the ground and bouncing at a metre high. If we needed ...

Read More »

What You Needs To Know About Pensions

vaughn thomas

Rules on pensions are not always black and white in the eyes of savers, but they are proving to be a handy revenue-raiser for government. Tighter rules that limit the amount of tax relief available on pension savings are proving to be a money- spinner for the Treasury. According to data released by HMRC, around 2,400 savers breached the pension ...

Read More »

WOODLANDS SUCCESS KEEPS ON GROWING

  WOODLANDS SUCCESS KEEPS ON GROWING Bellway Yorkshire’s incredibly popular development, The Woodlands in Adel, Leeds has enjoyed major sales success since opening – with the company down to just four available apartments.   The remaining two-bedroom apartments include one Ripley, at £217,995, one Richmond, which is priced from £224,995 and two Ripons, which are available from £239,995.   Paula ...

Read More »

A new home will probably be one of the most expensive purchases you will make

What to Expect when you Buy a New Home Louise Burgess from Levi Solicitors    A new home will probably be one of the most expensive purchases you will make. Besides the property itself, there are other costs to consider. Whether you are a first time buyer, or you are just unsure about the costs of purchasing, here is our ...

Read More »

Christine Yorath Interior Designer, Property Guru and Leeds City Magazine Columnist

Well the Indian summer we had hoped didn’t join us this year! As I write this column, the sky is nearly black at 10am and rain is hitting the ground and bouncing at a metre high. If we needed a reminder of how cosy it can be to be indoors, when you’re warm and comfortable when the weather is like ...

Read More »