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Location - Leeds & District

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Arthur Aarons Statue, Eastgate (City Centre) (3 comments)
Colour image6th June 2006 View of the Arthur Aarons Statue in Eastgate. Arthur Aarons V.C. stands, as a young World Ward II airman, at the base of a tree climbed by children. The child at the top releases the dove of peace. In the background left, is the West Yorkshire Playhouse and B.B.C. studios in St. Peter's Square. The red brick building in the centre background is Munro House in Duke Street. The buildings under construction in the background are part of a mixed use development called Gateway. It is on the former site of Howarth Timber between Crown Point Road, Marsh Lane and East Street. The architects, Carey Jones, have designed over 640 studio, 1 bedroomed and two bedroomed apartments, a 218 bed hotel, office and commerical space. The buildings are on 15 storeys and completion is expected by 2008. Photograph courtesy of James W. Bell.
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Criterion Place, Bibis Restaurant (City Centre)
Black & White image22nd January 2006. Image shows Bibis Italian style Restaurant in Criterion Place off Sovereign Street. It is located on the ground floor of the Criterion Place multi-storey car park designed by Carey Jones on the former site of Sovereign Street Tram Depot. The development of Bibis Criterion was the project of Hall & Partners, Project Managers and construction consultants. The 250 seat restaurant and bar cost £3 million to fit out. Andy Thornton Ltd. supplied the glass columns, mirrors and lighting which included 10 art deco style chandeliers. The main contractor for the project was Irwins Ltd. Bibis became established in Leeds in 1974 and moved to this location from Greek street in 2004. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Granary Wharf, Candle House (City Centre) (1 comment)
Colour image2010. View shows the almost complete Candle House apartments, part of the Granary Wharf development by Isis Waterside Regeneration. Designed by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Ltd., this 23 storey cylindrical brick tower contains 160 flats as well as retail space on the ground floor, and also features a unique roof garden on the top. It reaches a total height of 75 metres. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Granary Wharf, Candle House (City Centre)
Colour image2010. View shows the finishing touches being added to Candle House, the 75-metre high block of flats which forms part of the Granary Wharf redevelopment. This 23-storey cylindrical brick tower by architects Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher Ltd. features a facade which twists at four-storey intervals and inludes a roof garden on the top floor. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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Granary Wharf, Candle House, construction (City Centre)
Colour image2008. View from Leeds Railway Station showing building in progress on the Candle House apartments at Granary Wharf. This cylindrical tower, part of the Isis regeneration project for the area, was to be completed in 2009 and would contain 160 apartments on 23 storeys, with retail space available on the ground floor. It was designed by architects Carey Jones Ltd. and the building contractors were Ardmore Construction. Image courtesy of Leslie Cole.
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