Development value reaches £85 million for Opus North as Armley gets the go-ahead

Posted on 15th April 2015

Opus North, the leading Yorkshire-based property development and investment company, has been given the go-ahead to develop a derelict four-acre site in Armley into a brand-new retail park.

Leeds planners have given the green light to plans to develop the site, which was previously occupied by DENSO Marston, the thermal cooling systems manufacturer.

Construction of the £8.5m brand-new retail park will begin in the summer and it is scheduled to open in spring next year. A number of national retailers are already lined up as tenants.

The Armley decision follows hard on the heels of a major £6.5 million retail park in Skipton, being given the go-ahead by Craven District Council.

Altogether Opus North has been given the go-ahead for developments worth £85 million during the past year.

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