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Refurbishment of a 10-storey office block, built in 1973, plus a new 7-storey extension. The building is jointly owned by Town Centre Securities Plc and Leeds City Council.
Merrion House was originally constructed for use by Leeds City Council in 1973 and now, over 40 years later, is undergoing significant refurbishment in order for the council to return with all public facing services under one roof. This is part of a plan to reduce the number of council buildings in the city centre from 17 to just 4. It is estimated one thousand people per day will use the new city centre customer hub which will complement local community hubs being rolled out in various locations around Leeds.
Following an initial safety briefing and introduction, visitors will be escorted around the building
|Address||Merrion Way, Leeds,
The nearest public car park(s) are The Merrion Centre (next door) and Woodhouse Lane carpark, 5 minutes’ walk from site.
|Length of Visit||30 Minutes|
|Maximum Group Size||10|
|Register by||1 Apr 2017|
Children under the age of 16 are not permitted on site