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Armley: Sports and social club could become houses

A developer has contacted local residents asking them for their opinions on draft proposals to demolish West Leeds Sports and Social Club in Armley.

Developers HeadOffice3 have written to residents to ask for feedback on plans to replace the club building with a terrace of ten flat-roofed houses on the Redshaw Road site.

They say that they are unable to hold a public consultation in person due to the coronavirus pandemic, so have instead written letters detailing the proposals ahead of a potential planning application being submitted. The developers wrote:

“The site represents an excellent opportunity to develop in a sustainable location, re-utilising an existing site which was historically housing.”

Sports pitches on the site would be unaffected.



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