Sheppard Robson submits plans for Leeds BTR scheme

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Architect designing eight residential buildings

Plans by Sheppard Robson for build-to-rent operator Get Living to develop a five-acre neighbourhood in Leeds have been submitted.

Delancey Oxford Residential and pension fund asset manager APG, together with Qatari Diar are investing £180m in the project which, subject to planning, will see more than 780 homes to rent built in the South Bank area of the city.

The proposed scheme includes eight residential buildings designed by Sheppard Robson, with integrated public space.

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