Lucas Lee celebrates Yorkshire Day with new offices in Leeds

BUILDING consultancy practice Lucas Lee is celebrating Yorkshire Day with new offices in Leeds.

Award winning building consultancy practice Lucas Lee

It has announced significant investment by moving to 64 Wellington Street.

Managing Director Christopher Lee said: “On Yorkshire Day, I am immensely proud that we are moving to new premises in Leeds.

"The offices which occupy 2,064 sq ft are spread over 4 floors and are where it all started 21 years ago, but at that time, we just occupied the basement!

"To be in a position to take the full building, whilst retaining offices in Huddersfield and to welcome three new employees, is a tremendous reflection of the team and our clients.”

The firm has been acknowledged with a host of awards and nominations, most recently the epitome of industry recognition with the RICS Yorkshire & Humber Social Impact Heritage Award for its role as Project Managers on the multi-award winning Grantley Hall Hotel and Spa, which it advised on from original acquisition survey through to opening.

It operates across the UK and prides itself on a responsive client focus expertise, covering:

Project Management – extensive practical experience in delivering procurement paths for projects, ranging from £10k to £100m+. The team acts as the employer's agent, addressing processes, suppliers and regulations - enabling projects to be progressed efficiently and economically.

Lucas Lee won the RICS Yorkshire & Humber Social Impact Heritage Award for its role as Project Managers on Grantley Hall Hotel and Spa

Building Surveying – supporting projects from inception to completion, underpinned by a detailed understanding of buildings and costs. The team is able to highlight defects - supported by 3D visualisations - providing clients the ability to tweak plans during planning and to get a real feel for design concepts. They have extensive experience in acting for landlords and tenants on dilapidations, covering all types of sites. Broader expertise includes dealing with Schedules of Dilapidations, Fire Insurance Valuations, measured surveys, Party Wall advice, Schedules of Condition together with Space Planning and traditional Planning applications, with significant experience of heritage sites.

Quantity Surveyors – detailed knowledge of construction costs, aiding feasibility studies and costed financial plans, which support bank monitoring and detailed valuations, in turn assisting applications of payment solutions for contractors and sub-contractors. The QS team also have extensive site based knowledge managing investor and developer costs.

The firm which has an array of clients across sectors is committed to future talent and is actively looking to recruit a further Senior Building Surveyor. Christopher finished: “Whilst we are in a challenging market with construction and retail badly affected, we can assist clients to manage latent costs, whilst supporting those undertaking new developments”.


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