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Armley: Former pub WILL become flats

A former pub building in Armley will be transformed into seven flats, planners have agreed.

The former Rose and Crown pub in Armley Road has been empty for a number of years, and was most recently a domestic appliance repair shop.

The plans, submitted by Daniel Forshaw, will see the pub become six flats, and will have a two-storey extension added.

A council planning officer’s report concludes:

“The scheme does not proposed any large extensions to the envelope of the historic building, with minor alterations to the rear entrance, roof terrace and new roof lights. It is considered the design of the proposals respects the existing building along with the neighbouring listed building and thus is considered acceptable.”

New roof for Kirkstall church

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