Plans have been submitted for a 145,000 sq ft office development at White Rose Park in Leeds.
Development and investment group Munroe K has submitted a planning application to Leeds City Council for the new Station Plaza office development, which aims to be the first BREEAM Outstanding and NABERS 5 star out of town development in Leeds.
The proposed 145,000 sq ft new-build office development would be located directly fronting the new White Rose Railway Station, which is scheduled to open in Spring 2024.
The masterplan for Station Plaza incorporates three buildings, two totalling 100,000 sq ft over two wings and interconnected with a shared atrium and the third is a separate 45,000 sq ft building.
The Grade A office buildings will comprise under croft car parking and will be set within a heavily landscaped site. The development has been designed with biodiversity as its core, with ESG top of the agenda at White Rose Park.
In addition to the targeted BREEAM Outstanding and NABERS 5 star accreditation, Munroe K is aiming for the development to be carbon neutral in operation. This aspiration is in line the developer's ambition to make White Rose Park carbon neutral by 2030, through implementing further sustainable features and throughout the new development.