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Dawsons Corner: Revised flats plans submitted

Revised plans for flats in part of a landmark building at Dawsons Corner have been submitted by developers.

Developers Sekhon Firth had plans approved last July for 139 one and two bedroom and studio apartments at the site of the former Green Flag offices and Park House on Cote Lane in Farsley.

Revised plans surrounding Park House involve increasing the number of flats from 29 to 30. The proposals involve a revised internal layout at the property.

Image: Google Maps

The offices have been empty since breakdown and vehicle recovery specialists Green Flag left the site two years ago.

Proposals can be viewed and commented upon here.

Meanwhile, plans for a two storey extension at Farnley Academy in Chapel Lane have also been submitted.


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