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Bramley: 19th century stable to be converted into housing

By John Baron

Plans to change a disused 19th century stable in Bramley into a house have been approved by Leeds City Council planning officers.

Applicant Robert Cardis has successfully applied for a Listed building application to transform the former stable into a four-bedroom house at 34 and 36 Rock Lane.

Landowner Mr Cardis wants to refurbish and convert the building while demolishing the later extensions to make way for a new single-storey extension.

A concealed triple garage will also be built into the land.

Council planning officers said the scene, which had been revised, was complaint with local and national planning policies.

In the first phase of development Mr Cardis has already renovated the two 18th century grade II listed cottages on the site.

An unsuccessful application for the extension and conversion of the barn alongside the erection of two new dwellings on the land was submitted last year. But the application was subsequently withdrawn at the request of the planning case officer as the proposed new-build was seen to cause harm to the setting of the listed buildings. 

The planning application and council reports can be viewed in full here.


  1. Good to hear about plans to upgrade the Kirkstall Abbey play area. Does anyone know why the Gatehouse cafe has been closed ? The one in the Abbey information centre is difficult for people with walking problems to reach as there’s no paring nearby.


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