Get in touch
Our team are on hand by phone or online chat if you need any help in choosing the right room or office space. Out of office hours, you can fill in our online contact form and one of our team will contact you as soon as possible to answer any questions you have or to help you to reserve a space.
Have a look at our video guides online to help you to choose the best size of room for your storage needs. Alternatively, if you’d prefer tailored advice on storage space or are thinking about renting office space with us, our experienced staff would be happy to provide you with advice on how much square footage you’ll need based on how much you plan to store with us or how you plan to use your office.
If you decide to go ahead and rent a storage room or office space at our Leeds Roseville Road store, you can do so online today and there’s no deposit to pay.
If you need storage space for your business stock and equipment, your student belongings over the holidays, or your household goods and furniture, we have indoor rooms that are clean, dry, and secure.
Safestore self storage in Leeds Roseville Road
Our friendly team can help you to load and unload your room by providing trolleys and forklift trucks. They can even accept deliveries for you, so you could have parcels sent to the store rather than your home or work address, and our team will keep them safe until you arrive to move them into your room.
The offices at Leeds Roseville Road are a cheap and flexible alternative to traditional commercial leases and are great for start-ups or for those who are wanting to move on from working at home. They are available in various sizes to accommodate businesses of all types.
Leeds is a thriving city with a booming local economy. Countless major names in the retail, tech, legal and financial sectors are based here, and many of the students who attend any of the five major universities within the city tend to stay on to live and work here. Jobs are in good supply, and the city is well connected to local towns and villages via railway, meaning that anyone who doesn’t want to live in the city centre can easily find more affordable accommodation on the outskirts.
Leeds is also well-connected to other major cities in the north including Bradford, Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield, and it’s a 2-hour train journey to reach London.
Within the city are countless bars, pubs, clubs and restaurants, and several major shopping centres, notably the recently-developed Trinity Centre and John Lewis store. There are theatres including the City Varieties club, The Grand and the West Yorkshire Playhouse and several well-maintained museums and art galleries. Green spaces aren’t hard to find around the outskirts - the council-run parks at Middleton, Golden Acre and Roundhay are great for walks and feeding the ducks (or squirrels!) and parking is free.