We’re thrilled to announce that the new White Rose Railway station in south Leeds has received planning permission.
The new infrastructure will improve connectivity in the area and provide new opportunities for local communities by encouraging investment and creating new jobs.
To support sustainability goals, the development includes improvements to cycle and footpaths, as well as enhancements to the landscaping to attract a greater diversity of wildlife. The proposed green roof to the station will encourage further biodiversity.
The project is a partnership between our client and owner of the White Rose Office Park, David Aspin, with Network Rail, Leeds City Council and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.
David Aspin, owner of Munroe K, said:
“We are delighted that planning permission has been granted to build the railway station that will undoubtedly improve the transport connections both within south Leeds and the wider city.”
“Our partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, Leeds City Council and Network Rail has helped to make this proposal become reality. It is a testament to how collaboration can help to make significant progress in providing better connectivity in Leeds and the North.”
The scheme is due to open in 2022.
News | 16th January 2020
ADP has submitted designs to Leeds City Council for a new railway station at White Rose, in south Leeds. The planning application was submitted by Network Rail of behalf of Munroe K Luxembourg, owner of the adjoining White Rose Office Park, and the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. The aim is that White Rose Rail Station will be operational from the end of 2021.