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Aston Barclay completes £500k refurbishment of Leeds site

Aston Barclay Leeds

Aston Barclay has completed a £500,000 investment to refurbish its Leeds auction centre.

The project aligns its facilities with the remainder of the Group, which has undergone a £1.7 million investment in the last 12 months to enhance the overall experience for buyers and vendors.

Listening to the requirements of its customers, the independent vehicle auction group completed the renovation of its northernmost auction centre in early May, with a new, fully-branded auction hall and rostrum the main focus of the improvements to the five-acre site, which is situated just off of the A61 and M621.

“The success and dedication of our Leeds team, who always go the extra mile, has allowed us to reinvest heavily in the site, aligning it with our centres in Essex, Shropshire and Wiltshire,” explained Martin Potter, group operations director at Aston Barclay.

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