Parklane Plowden plans refurbishment of Leeds city centre premises

Parklane Plowden plans refurbishment of Leeds city centre premises

Leeds-based barristers set Parklane Plowden Chambers has announced six figure refurbishment plans for its 11,000 sqft premises on Westgate in Leeds city centre.

The set is investing in a complete reorganisation of the chambers’ internal space to create a high-quality new environment to support flexible working patterns and an increasing number of remote hearings.

The refurbished premises will feature a lounge and study to support agile working, and dedicated case rooms and phone booths for remote conferences and hearings.

There will be an external face lift for the building’s entrance and flexible meeting rooms will also be introduced alongside a south-facing roof terrace and bar. A new ventilation system will also be installed throughout the building to enhance airflow.

Refurbishment work is scheduled to be completed by the end of the year. While the work takes place, Parklane Plowden will be temporarily relocating to Avenue HQ in Leeds.

James Murphy, head of chambers at Parklane Plowden, said: “Our goal is to further enhance our reputation as an excellent, vibrant and progressive chambers alive to the needs of its clients and colleagues. It is our shared purpose to make a positive difference in all we do through expert advice and advocacy, excellent client care, and by being the place where talented people want to work.”

“That is why we are investing to create an excellent new working environment to meet the evolving needs of our colleagues and clients. It’s a very exciting project and we are looking forward to moving into our newly-refurbished premises later this year.”

Leeds-based Bowman Riley Architects designed the new workspace, which is being fitted out by Hurst Stores & Interiors of Bradford. Shelby Group, a construction consultancy based in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire, has been appointed to manage the delivery of the project.

Pictured: Parklane Plowden’s refurbished chambers will feature a lounge and study to support flexible working (artist’s impression shown)
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