This list of the tallest buildings and structures in Leeds ranks skyscrapers, structures and towers in the city of Leeds, England by AGL height (Above Ground Level).
Leeds is a major UK city and regional capital with a city population of 757,700, and a Metro population of 2,302,000 (2001 est).
Currently, the tallest building in Leeds is Bridgewater Place at 112m (370ft). which has held the record since topping out in 2007.
The oldest building on the list is Leeds Town Hall, constructed in 1858, which stands at an height of 69m (225ft). The newest is Candle House, completed in 2009, which stands at an height of 75m (248ft).
There are currently 2 skyscrapers with a height of 100 metres (328 ft) or more, and 130 high-rise buildings with a height of at least 35 metres (115 ft) or more.
Tower 1 was to provide 618 residential apartments, including a number of Prime Apartments aimed specifically at over-55s. It would have also provided a health centre, 1,660 sq m of offices and an artist studio/exhibition space.
EMI Westgate Tower, 120–140 metres, 36 storeys (circa 1970, around metres in height, cancelled for excessive height, site now occupied by 1980s Westgate Point development) 
Triple Five Leeds Development - Height unknown (circa 1989, planned complex in Holbeck including shopping, residential and offices which was to include a number of high rise buildings of unspecified height, cancelled)