Sterling Capitol and PLP, have entered into an agreement to deliver a 100-acre industrial and logistics development in south Leeds.



The development, which will be an extension of Sterling Capitol’s Capitol Park Leeds, by Junction 28 of the M62, has the capacity to create 2,000 jobs.

An outline planning application for the site is scheduled to be submitted to Leeds Council next month.

Mike Heydecke, director of Leeds-based Sterling Capitol, commented: “We have worked hard to prepare the Leeds site for planning and PLP will drive the development forward, building high-spec industrial and logistics units which will attract quality occupiers.”

DWF and Pinsent Masons acted for Sterling Capitol and Shoosmiths acted for PLP in this transaction.