The multi-million pound revamp of the 50 year old shopping centre in Leeds city centre is one step away from completion, with predictions that it'll last another 50 years.
Due to expansion, Let-Leeds are looking for a Handyman to cover all aspects of general property maintenance.
New research shows that landlords are experiencing a booming rental market, with Leeds found to be the highest earning city outside London.
An event has been organised in Leeds city centre to highlight the excellence of the city's food and drink scene, featuring lots of cheese and wine.
With the former Yorkshire Post building now lying in a large pile of rubble, new plans have been unveiled as to what to build in its place.
Compulsory immigrant checks by landlords is scheduled for a test run in the West Midlands from December, rather than introducing it nationally in October, as originally planned.
The number of new restaurants in Leeds city centre has exploded since the completion of Trinity shopping centre, fuelling demand by other restaurants to get a taste of Leeds.
With the new Immigration Act 2014 requiring landlords to perform checks to ensure they don't let property to illegal immigrants, ghost tenants could be putting many landlords and agents at risk.
The DCLG has set October 1, 2014 as the concrete date by which letting and property management agents must join an authorised consumer redress scheme.
The findings of a monthly rental index show that furnished properties in towns and cities prove to be more profitable than unfurnished properties, particularly in Leeds.