The Leeds office of global property consultancy Knight Frank has brokered a significant deal at the South Central development in the city.
Inseego, a provider of fleet tracking software and business solutions, is taking of 5,000 sq ft of newly refurbished space at the 75,338 sq ft Shelborn development in Millshaw.
Inseego is relocating from Headingley.
Ian Holt, managing director (finance and operations) for Inseego, explained that this was an important move for the company.
“We can’t wait to move into our new state-of-the-art Leeds HQ. We looked at various offices across Leeds for our new premises and only South Central ticked all the boxes. The combination of its excellent location and first-class facilities, including ample car parking, was exactly what we wanted.
“South Central is close to the M621, M62 and M1, providing excellent access to Yorkshire’s motorway network, making it easy for our staff to get there by car. It is also close to the White Rose Shopping Centre and the new White Rose Train Station, which opens in the summer of 2023.
“All being well, we will start fitting out the new offices at the beginning of the second quarter of next year and will have moved in by the autumn.
“I’d like to thank Eamon Fox of Knight Frank for all his hard-work and efficiency in making this deal happen pretty seamlessly,” added Ian.
Inseego’s fleet tracking software is becoming increasingly popular across the UK, boosting efficiency, lowering costs, tracking key assets and increasing safety. Clients include Leeds City Council, Everlast Group and Andrews Tiles
Eamon Fox commented: “The comprehensive refurbishment of South Central, formerly offices for Barclays Bank, will provide some of the finest office space in south Leeds. The Inseego deal is a resounding endorsement of what South Central has to offer and it is no surprise that we have another 5,000 sq ft of prime office space currently under offer to a global company.”