The Springs launches at Legal & General's Thorpe Park in Leeds
12 Oct 2018
Legal & General and its joint venture partner Scarborough International Properties Limited (SIPL) announce that The Springs, the 350,000 sq ft retail and leisure destination at Thorpe Park Leeds has now officially opened to the public.
This week saw retailers including M&S Foodhall, H&M, Next, TK Maxx, Outfit, Boots and leisure brands including Nando’s, Gino D’Acampo’s My Restaurant and Pure Gym opening their doors for the very first time to large numbers of the public.
In addition to renowned high street brands, a 44,000 sq ft, 10-screen ODEON offering state of the art screen and audio technology and luxury seating, is due to open in Spring 2019 located adjacent to, and above the boulevard of restaurants within the leisure offering at The Springs. Further high street leisure and retail occupiers are due to be announced over the coming weeks.
Thorpe Park Leeds is an established business location with 800,000 sq ft of development built and occupied to date, including 600,000 sq ft of offices. A unique £162 million investment deal with Legal & General Capital in 2015 secured a transformational 1.35 million sq ft mixed-use expansion, bringing forward exceptional new business opportunities to the Leeds City Region.
Phase two includes the 350,000 sq ft retail and leisure park as well as a further 900,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation, 300 new residential homes by Redrow and a 113-acre public park with sports facilities.
Phase two also includes delivery of the first section of the ‘East Leeds Orbital Road’, a key piece of infrastructure connecting north and east Leeds to Junction 46 of the M1. This road will unlock land for the construction of up to 7,000 new homes in the East Leeds area, land that is either already allocated in the Local Plan or which is ‘brownfield’ land.
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The official opening of The Springs is an exciting milestone for Thorpe Park Leeds and establishes it as a unique and progressive mixed-use community, providing jobs, homes and now much sought-after amenities for the East of Leeds.
Rachel Dickie, Head of Urban Regeneration at Legal & General Capital