After almost a decade of lying vacant, a masterplan has finally been formulated and submitted to redevelop the former Yorkshire Chemicals site.
In one of the biggest private rented sector surveys conducted this year, tenants reveal how long they prefer to stay and how much they're prepared to pay.
A recent survey suggests that the vast majority of landlords would rather a slight decline in rents than lose a good tenant.
The first of a three-phase residential development on the site of the historic Leeds Girls' High School in Headingley is underway.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies, an economic think tank, has strongly criticised George Osborne's announcement of a rise in stamp duty on buy-to-let properties.
According to ARLA's latest monthly report, rental demand has relaxed, resulting in substantially fewer tenants experiencing rent increases.
Planning permission has been granted for the first private rented sector scheme in the east of Leeds.
A proposal for a residential scheme worth £190 million in north-east Leeds has been withdrawn.
According to a recent statement by a tenant referencing service, landlords and letting agents could be facing a far greater workload when the right to rent regulations come into force.
Statistics have been published showing a sharp increase in net housing supply in England.