The QES is the biggest business survey informing government policy makers.
Leeds City Council has recently earmarked a significant area of the City Centre, along the “South Bank” of the River Aire, as an area for major regeneration, with the waterways running alongside the South Bank area fundamental to its future.
Leeds is widely recognised as having a buoyant and growing economy, a vibrant city centre, and many of the attributes necessary to ensure a high quality of life. Is there a further element that so far has not been recognised – that of the importance of the city being truly ‘liveable’?
A growing number of businesses or their representatives, such as property agents, are saying that there is a shortage of suitable employment land being made available in the Bradford District.
A follow up report on the Leeds Waterfront, announcing the Leeds Enhancement Fund and the positive impact already happening in this vibrant area of Leeds city centre.