Plans to transform an area of land in Bramley into three flats have been refused permission by Leeds City Council.
Applicant Mr A Taylor wanted to demolish the existing buildings between 548 Broad Lane and Leeds and Bradford Road and build a block of three two-bedroom flats with four parking spaces.
But council planning officers refused the plans. They raised concerns about its overall design, height, mass and features, such as balconies, which they say ‘fail to respond to the immediate context of Broad Lane and Leeds and Bradford Road’. A planners’ report concludes:
“The proposed development would result in an incongruous form of development, which would be highly visible due to the position of the site which has a dual frontage.”
The plans can be viewed in full here.