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Pizza chain set to open at former Gamecock site

Pizza chain Dominos is hoping to open a takeaway at the site of a former West Leeds pub.

The former Gamecock site, on the junction of Butt Lane and Pudsey Road, was transformed into four shops a few years ago, with Greggs, Subway and Heron Foods setting up business there.

A planning application has now been submitted to open a Dominos Pizza outlet in the unoccupied fourth unit. Plans to change the use of the unit from a restaurant to takeaway and for illuminated signs have been submitted.

One local resident, who asked not to be named, said:

“The unit was starting to be vandalised, a couple of its windows had been smashed, so I’m pleased something’s going to be done with it.”

Plans can be viewed here.

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