Developer Citu seeks 100 new staff as it readies Leeds green building hub

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The planned Climate Innovation District in Leeds | Credit: Citu
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The planned Climate Innovation District in Leeds | Credit: Citu

Leeds-based company embarks on recruitment drive as it forges ahead with construction of 515 climate-friendly timber-framed homes in city

Low carbon home developer Citu is launching a major recruitment drive to take on an additional 100 specialist staff as it forges ahead with the construction of its Leeds Climate Innovation District of...

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