Tower Works Wins Best Altered Building at Leeds Architecture Awards

The iconic Tower Works has won Best Altered Building at Leeds Architecture Awards. The category focused on a new use for an existing building and the judges thought Tower Works demonstrated very careful creative conservation of a historic and significant building musescore free. Designed by Bauman Lyons Architects Ltd for the Homes & Communities Agency, and managed and let by Creative Space Management, it has proved popular with occupiers 7zip downloaden.

The building was 50% pre-let by Creative Space Management prior to completion and reached 100% occupancy within the first year of operation with a total of 21 businesses taking space herunterladen. There is now a waiting list for larger offices within the scheme which is hoped will trigger further development.

what our clients say

The energy, vision and enthusiasm that Toby and Paul brought to the project within a very challenging timescale were of great importance in helping GYBC secure grants of over £6m to enable works to begin on conversion of the Grade 1 listed St. George’s Chapel. The highly credible outline Business Plan has proved to be a sound basis for developing a viable enterprise, enabling work to commence on site with a high level of confidence.

Peter Hardy, Director, Economy and Environment, Great Yarmouth Borough Council.

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