Apartment plans submitted in Pudsey town centre

The proposed apartments would sit above the shops on Lidget Hill, Pudsey. Photo: Google, July 2022

Plans to convert under-used offices into five apartments for ‘contemporary young professionals’ in Pudsey town centre have been submitted to Leeds City Council for consideration.

The offices sit above existing shops and businesses on Lidget Hill and would be converted into one and two-bedroom apartments by Douglas West of Headingley-based ATC Properties Ltd.

A design and planning statement accompanying the application said the existing office space has been difficult to let for a number of years.

“The proposal will be a positive contribution to the Pudsey Conservation Area by converting a vacant and unused building and providing much-needed modern and contemporary young professional accommodation,” the design statement adds.

There is no car parking or cycle spaces provided for the existing offices and none will be provided for the new apartments, but applicants say there is direct access to buses directly outside the building.

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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  1. There’s no parking provision, or electric vehicle charging points in the application to convert the Farsley Liberal Club into apartments, and that went straight through, so this should have no problem in that respect.


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