In the second part of EGTV’s election special Helen Roxburgh visited Leeds to see what local property professionals want from their politicians after this Thursday.
Click on the play video to hear Conservative council leader Andrew Carter talks about how he thinks the Labour party’s manifesto announcing cuts in regeneration is precisely the wrong thing to do as well as how his party will push the council’s relocation to new offices forward.
Agents believe the appointment of Yorkshire Forward’s Tom Riordan as chief executive at the council is a positive move for the city, although they’re worried about the Conservative’s third party right of appeal. Hear JLL’s Jeff Pearey, Ripley Capital’s Mark Leonard and Nickolaj Dockree, and Knight Frank’s Alex Munro talk politics and the future of Leeds property market by clicking above.
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