Plans for nine flats have been submitted on the site of the former Factory Outlet showroom in Pudsey town centre
Developers want to convert and extend the two-storey building on Crawshaw Hill, opposite Pudsey Leisure Centre, which has been empty for several years.
Applicant Horsforth-based West Park Properties said in a design statement accompanying the plans:
“The proposed development will comprise an inclusive mix of high quality apartments aimed specifically at young families and professionals seeking lower cost accommodation to gain access to the property market.”
Proposed extensions and alterations include:
- Two storey side extension fronting Crawshaw Hill and Robin Lane to provide
ground floor communal bin store and a duplex flat above;
- Second floor addition and roof extension to provide duplex flats
There are two car parking spaces proposed, along with secure cycle bays, and easy access to the town’s bus station. There will be no on-street parking provided.
Detailed plans for the site, which includes a mix of one three four-bed, one x one-bed, two x two-bed, and three x three-bed apartments, can be viewed in full and commented upon here.
Plans for a children’s play centre were approved for the site back in 2016, despite concerns from former Pudsey councillor Josie Jarosz (Lab) over parking and highways safety in the area.