Parkway House is fully occupied by Secretary for Communities and Local Government.
Parkway House comprises of a two storey detached office building sharing a courtyard car park with neighbouring Ilford House. The property was built in the 1980’s and offers 9,706 sq. ft of accommodation and provides predominantly open plan office and customer service areas to the ground floor, arranged in two wings around a central entrance core.
The property is located in Seacroft, Leeds which is a suburb 5 miles north east of the city centre, just off the A6120 Leeds Outer Ring Road at the junction with the A64 York Road. Access is available to Junction 46 of the M1 motorway 3 miles to the south which provided access to the A1, M621 and M62 beyond.
Leeds is located approximately 199 miles north of London, 50 miles north sat of Manchester and 39 miles north of Sheffield.
Leedy City Station, on the East Coast mainline provides regular services to London St Pancras (2hours 13 minutes).