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Eight houses could replace former Bramley residential home

A former residential home in Bramley could be replaced by eight new semi-detached houses, according to a new planning application.

As reported last month, the home at 600 Leeds and Bradford Road already has permission to be demolished from Leeds City Council planners.

But applicant Mark Smith, of Cheshire, wants to build eight semi-detached three-bedroom homes in its place, each set over three storeys.

The building is a two storey stone-built character property set in its own grounds.

The land was cleared of trees prior to submission of the application and is currently cleared of vegetation with the exception of a single tree, which is to be protected under a preservation order.

The plans can be read in full here.

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