Planning has been granted to undertake works to refurbish the exterior envelope of the prominent building of Nine Bond Court in Leeds. The building is regularly accused of being ‘brown’ and its drab and dated appearance is often lamented. The new proposals see the building finally rid itself of this monotone appearance and instead embrace a new lighter and bolder appearance. Gone are the bronze glazing and brown granite panels, to be replaced by long clear lines of diamond-like clear glass.
We look forward to moving this scheme forward in the coming months.
Read the news articles reporting the planning approval here: