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Bramley: Flats plans withdrawn by developers

Plans to turn 19th century Prospect Mills in Bramley into five flats have been withdrawn by developers.

Applicant Paul Wilkinson of W Madden Ltd has withdrawn his proposals for the building, at 546 Broad Lane, which was more recently used as a builders’ merchants and a gym and is currently a children’s play gym.

Plans can be read in full here.

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