L&G and Glenbrook fund £140m housing development

‘Build to rent’ scheme is largest ever in Leeds city centre and will provide 500 new homes

Jasmine Urquhart
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Leeds' Whitehall Riverside housing development

Leeds' Whitehall Riverside housing development

Legal & General (L&G) and Glenbrook have today announced they will fund a £140m housing development in Leeds.

The development in Leeds city centre will be the largest ‘build to rent' funding in the area to date and will deliver 500 new homes. The residential development is the third scheme to be funded ...

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