Site Rescue Moves To New HQ In Leeds

02.10.2015

David Shirt, Press Officer | 0161 838 3094

The Real Estate team within the Leeds office of Irwin Mitchell has advised on a deal which sees a leading provider of fire safety and medical equipment relocate into new premises.

Site Rescue are leasing 8,550 sq ft of space for a workshop, warehouse and office space at Princess Works in Holbeck. The deal is part of a move by the business to consolidate its operations into one office.

Established 15 years ago, the company’s clients include Leeds City Council, Nottingham City Council, Jaguar and Redbull. It also provided cover at the Tour de France and The Invictus Games.

David Cowgill, a Real Estate Associate within the firm's Leeds office, advised Site Rescue. He said:

Nick Prescott, associate at Knight Frank in Leeds, who advised the benevolent charity BEN, the lead leaseholder at Princess Works, on this deal, said: "I have worked with both BEN and Tony to complete this deal. These are the perfect premises for a very special company. Tony is doing a superb job with Princess Works, creating first-class office, training and warehousing space.

"The location, just by Junction 3 of the M621 and close to Yorkshire's superb motorway network, is ideal for a company that needs to be on the road most of the time. The warehousing space is perfect for Tony's splendid fleet of fire-safety and first-aid vehicles. It has been a privilege to work with him on this letting."