Net zero is the aim of BAM at Latitude. Credit; via Cavendish

Plans in for Latitude Yellow

BAM Properties has submitted its proposals for around 150,000 sq ft of offices off Leeds’ Whitehall Road, the final part of a long-term development.

The 12-storey project will see the final plot of the Latitude site delivered at the former Doncaster Monk Bridge Works. The developer is targeting net zero status for the building.

A gym, event space and a communal garden are included in the plans, which went through consultation earlier this year.

Other developments in the altitude masterplan include The Junction and No. 1 Leeds. John Sisk is currently delivering a build-to-rent scheme for HUB on the Latitude Purple plot.

Euan Miller, managing director of BAM Properties, said: “We’re excited to have submitted our revised proposals for Latitude Yellow, which we hope will become one of the most prestigious office developments in the city.

“We have been committed to developing a highly sustainable and innovative scheme, that is net zero from day one. The plans we have delivered to the City Plans panel will deliver just that.”

BAM, part of Dutch company Royal BAM Group, is seeking determination and as start on site in 2025, with the building ready for occupation in 2026.

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