Case Study: Crispin House

Crispin House in Leeds city centre
Published on: 10th September 2014

Crispin House is a landmark Grade II Listed building on the fringe of Leeds city centre located in the Northern Quarter. Renovations began to transform the old textile factory into apartments but the scheme was halted and administrators were appointed.

We were able to provide valuation advice on the building as existing and if completed together with complementary town planning and building surveying input. The property was marketed for sale in its existing condition and sold to an established Leeds developer with a track record for the refurbishment and delivery of complex projects involving Listed Buildings.

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