April 2017

Green Light for Leeds Public Transport Transformation welcomed by Owner of White Rose Office Park

Author: White Rose Office Park

David Aspin

Leeds City Council has announced today that the Department for Transport has given its support to transform public transport in Leeds with funding to the tune of £173.5million.

David Aspin, owner of Munroe K, and the White Rose Office Park, Leeds, was quick to welcome the news, commenting, “This really is fantastic news for the region, we are hugely supportive of Leeds City Council and congratulate its leadership on being so forward-thinking in setting out and achieving their objectives.  Tenants of the White Rose Office Park, such as Capita, HSBC, WSP and developments such as the Elliot Hudson School will benefit hugely from these initiatives. We are so pleased that this vision will become a reality”.

The news is just the beginning of major improvements which will benefit both individuals and businesses.

Plans include:

These major changes will enable everybody to move around the city, open-up new opportunities for businesses in areas such as the White Rose Office Park and increase productivity in the region overall. The strategy also seeks to encourage people-friendly streets with more walking and cycling possibilities, improved air quality and reduced carbon emissions.

The transport improvements form part of the wider Leeds City Region economic plan, which aims to deliver up to £35,000 new jobs and an additional £3.7billion of economic output by 2036.

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