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Apartment plans submitted for run-down Armley site

Plans to demolish an Armley car repair business and replace it with two terraces comprising of 30 apartments have been submitted to Leeds City Council.

The proposal, for run-down Salisbury House, off Salisbury Grove, also includes parking, external communal amenity space and associated works.

Plans have been submitted by Hyde Park-based Aslam Properties and the application says proposals include:

“Demolition of the now largely redundant Salisbury House and construction of 30 residential units consisting of one-bedroom apartments and two and three-bedroom duplexes.

“At its core, the proposal includes an extensive external communal amenity space.

“The proposal includes on-site car and motorcycle parking and cycle storage.”

The site was used as a former asbestos factory in the 1950s.

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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