Regeneration scheme’s co-founders to speak at Yorkshire property lunch

08 September 2022

One of the most exciting regeneration developments of the year will open in the coming weeks and at’s property lunch in October the scheme’s creators will explain their vision.

Tileyard North is a 135,000 sq ft creative industries hub in Wakefield and it expects to be the UK’s largest creative community outside of London when re-generation is completed.

The 150-year-old Rutland Mills, next to the city’s renowned Hepworth Gallery, have been converted after lying disused since 1999.

The development has been led by the founders of Tileyard London – Europe’s largest creative community which is home to 250 creative organisations, artists and independent creative industry businesses.

Tileyard’s co-founders Paul Kempe and Nick Keynes will join us from noon to 3pm on Wednesday 12 October to talk about why they chose to expand into Yorkshire, how Tileyard North has been developed, and what their long-term ambitions are.

Bevan Brittan is sponsoring the lunch, which is at Banyan Bar & Kitchen, Toronto Square, 2 City Square, Leeds.

Our regular property lunches are a great networking opportunity for everyone working right across the sector who are interested in meeting contacts, building new relationships and keeping up-to-date with the exciting things happening across the region.

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