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Leeds architectural firm opens new office


Move supports growth and expansion

Leeds architectural firm opens new office


"We are seeing strong growth across core markets with a healthy forward order book."
Andy Pickup, MD of PDG Architectural



A Leeds-based architectural practice has boosted growth plans with a move to new premises as it continues to invest to accommodate future expansion.

 

PDG Architectural has completed its relocation to new office space in Killingbeck Office Village at Killingbeck Court on the outskirts of East Leeds, just off the A64.

 

The move is the latest phase of an ambitious expansion strategy by PDG Architectural, which was established in 2017 and currently employs six people. 

 

The firm plans to grow its presence on the back of additional capacity and investment in additional expertise as it continues to secure new private and commercial work across Yorkshire and the wider North of England region.

 

This includes several property firms who are bringing forward their own investment and development plans, including the Priestley Group, OTP Investments, Immedilet and NPP Group.

 

Led by managing director Andy Pickup, who has extensive experience of working on large scale projects, the 2,000 sq. ft. office space will support the expansion of the pre-planning, design, fit-out and project management services provided to support residential, industrial and commercial, healthcare and retail sector developments.

 

PDG Architectural, which is recruiting for new roles in Leeds, is seeing strong interest in its services from property owners and investors looking to tap into its services to support their own development, construction and house building plans.

 

Commenting on the relocation, Andy Pickup said: “The move to our new office is hugely significant as it provides the perfect platform for the on-going implementation of our ambitious growth plans and the introduction of new services in the next 12 months.

 

“We are seeing strong growth across core markets with a healthy forward order book and this new office strengthens our delivery capability. It’s a really exciting time for us, the team and our clients.”

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