Plans to convert a common room into a two-bedroom apartment at a St George’s Crypt-owned building in Armley have been approved by Leeds City Council planners.
The Crypt applied in February to change part of its building in Conference Road.
The planning application states:
“The proposed new flat will be on the first floor and constructed of studded internal walls. The existing office will be removed and converted to a new common room.”
A new access ramp with handrails would also be installed.
Approving the application, a council planning officer’s report concluded: “The proposal is considered acceptable in principle, visually acceptable and would not prejudice the residential amenity of the future occupants of the two-bedroom apartment or surrounding properties and is therefore recommended for approval.”
The application can be read in full here.