Leeds Retail Park located at Leeds LS11 0BD, UK

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Aaron Thompson

1 Google Rating

Not much of a retail park, it has B&Q and Burger King

1/ 5

Not much of a retail park, it has B&Q and Burger King

Mike Walker

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Ian Jones

3 Google Rating

3/ 5

Ann Stanhope

4 Google Rating

Frozen and fresh food can buy big bulk items freindly staff

4/ 5

Frozen and fresh food can buy big bulk items freindly staff

S Miah

4 Google Rating

With the Food Warehouse and B&M newly added to the lineup of B&Q, Burger King and PAW Prints, this i

4/ 5

With the Food Warehouse and B&M newly added to the lineup of B&Q, Burger King and PAW Prints, this is a nice little retail park off M621 and not too far from Whiterose. Plenty of free parking and late opening makes it a good place to visit for DIY, food and your weekly shopping.

David Ibbotson

5 Google Rating

Not a lot of people go

5/ 5

Not a lot of people go

nabeel azmat

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

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