Sugarwell Court

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Sugarwell Court, Meanwood Road

Coordinates: 53°49′07″N 1°33′06″W / 53.81861°N 1.55167°W / 53.81861; -1.55167 Sugarwell Court is a hall of residence of Leeds Beckett University located off Meanwood Road in the Meanwood area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. There are currently 7 blocks based on site, which are alphabetically placed around the campus, called Airedale, Bishopdale, Coverdale, Deepdale, Eskdale, Farndale and Glaisdale. In total, the hall accommodates 388 people.[1] Eskdale has facilities for disabled students.

Part of the building is Grade II listed and based on a conversion of Sugarwell Works, also previously known as Cliff Tannery, which was a tannery originally built in 1866. It was converted in 1993.[2] The main buildings have been gutted and refurbished. It takes its name from Sugarwell Hill.[3]


  1. ^ Leeds Met Accommodation Service[permanent dead link] Accommodation 2009
  2. ^ British Listed Buildings Sugarwell Court, Leeds
  3. ^ Forest of Leeds Woodhouse Ridge and Sugarwell Hill

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