Plans for a major development of 54 homes in Pudsey have been submitted by developers.
Applicant Berkely Deveer want to build the homes – with 93 parking spaces – at land off Galloway Lane in Pudsey.
The development would be a mix of two, three and four bedroom properties.
A planning statement by the developers which accompanies the application says the development would ‘boost the supply of housing in Leeds, where there is presently a significant shortfall’. It adds:
“This statement clearly demonstrates there would be no such adverse impacts or specific policies, and there are a number of significant material benefits that will flow from the granting of planning permission,
“Delivering 50 family dwellings in a sustainable and suitable location, including affordable housing.
“Transforming an unkempt site into a high quality and attractive residential scheme, and thus vastly improving the local context.”
The plans can be viewed in full – and commented upon – on Leeds City Council’s planning portal.