Professional services firm WYG will relocate its corporate headquarters from Headingley to Leeds city centre in summer 2019. The move involves over 300 people.
The move is part of a wider strategy to grow WYG’s presence in Leeds and the wider Yorkshire region.
Douglas McCormick, chief executive officer at WYG, said: “Sovereign Square puts WYG at the heart of the Leeds business community.
“We have chosen a prime location close to the railway station. We know this will optimise benefits for our people and visitors, from making a positive impact on our environmental footprint, to having a great place to work, meet, and do business.”
WYG’s new offices will span 21,000 square feet on the fourth and fifth floors of the building. The building is located close to Leeds Railway Station and is part of a development that will eventually include a new city park and a terminus for the HS2 eastern route.
Pictured: Sovereign Square, Leeds
Image credit | WYG