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Boyds Mill

Historic grade II-listed textile mill gets residential revamp

A FORMERLY vacant, grade II-listed building, Boyds Mill, has been redeveloped into a set of apartments. The Leeds textile mill dates back to 1840 and was formerly occupied by clothiers J Boyd and Son. read more

Record number of buyers set to surf the web on Christmas Day in search for dream ho-ho-home

Record numbers of homebuyers are poised to surf the net on Christmas Day in a bid to unwrap a new home to move into.

December 25 last year saw the number of internet property searches more than double compared to the same day in 2013, breaking the million barrier for the first time.

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Yorkshire: The Place to Be

If you've been looking at the news over the past few days, you'd have noticed the rave reports about Yorkshire. Firstly the Indepenent had announced Leeds  was ranked as the 2nd best city to live,  in their UK City Guide. The famous Vicorian Arcades got a mention, being described as 'beautiful', which can't be argued with. They also announced that Leeds has the second largest economy in the UK, which is music to our ears.

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Sun-believeable! Leeds city centre's biggest rooftop terrace becomes hot property

For sun worshippers, this is the penthouse balcony in the heart of Leeds that puts all the others in the shade.

Measuring 46 ft in one direction and 36 ft in the other, the rooftop terrace lays claim to be the biggest in the city centre.

And now, for the first time in 13 years, the perfect place to "lie in the sky" is for sale.

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Leeds Railway Station

New Look Train Station Will Boost Appeal Of City Living

The £17m transformation of Leeds railway station is on track to complete this autumn - taking the city centre into a new era of popularity, according to a leading residential sales and letting specialist.

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£80m Plan adds To Leeds City Centre's Magentism As A Place To Live

Linley & Simpson has welcomed yet another boost to Leeds city centre's growing attraction as a place to live and work.

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Linley & Simpson Estate Agents Celebrate First Anniversary

LINLEY & Simpson is marking the first birthday of the launch of its residential sales service across Leeds with a hat-trick of initiatives.

We are breaking new ground with a live chat service; an extra search facility on our website highlighting ideal buy-to-let investment properties; and a new premium marketing package called “Select”.

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leeds city centre

Leeds on 'top of the world' as overseas interest in City Centre homes hits a new high

Spiralling demand for flats in Leeds city centre is being triggered by two new factors, according to one residential sales and letting specialist.

Linley & Simpson, based in Swinegate, said a surge of interest from overseas, coupled with an increase in rail fares, has led to a New Year spike in the number of properties being let and sold.

As many as 70 per cent of properties are being rented to students, professionals and families from abroad, said branch manager Lauren Kyle.

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Yorkshire letting agent aims for rare double in industry's Oscars

Linley & Simpson is seeking to land a rare double in the annual hunt to find the country's best letting agents.

Both its Leeds city centre office and its Wakefield branch have been named as finalists in the industry's very own 'Oscars'.

On the back of confidential customer feedback, each has been shortlisted as a 'Top Ten' agency in the Yorkshire and Humber region.

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Plans for redevelopment of former Terry's chocolate factory approved

ONE of the biggest and most economically vital developments York has ever seen is finally about to become a reality. The city's political leaders have given the green light for a massive £165 million scheme to transform the former Terry's factory in Bishopthorpe Road into homes for hundreds of people, two hotels, shops, bars and restaurants, creating more than 2,700 jobs. Developers Grantside are today celebrating winning planning permission, which was secured at a four-and-a-half hour City of York Council planning meeting last night – 18 months after the company's original scheme was controversially rejected.

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