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Farsley: Bagley Lane housing plans withdrawn

Plans to build eight new homes on land next to Grade II Listed Poplar Farm on Bagley Lane in Farsley have been withdrawn by the developer.

As reported in June, Mr J Patel applied to build a combination of two and three-bed houses on a site which features two currently disused light industrial units.

The applicant, who also owns Poplar Farm, ran a consultation event earlier this year.

Local objections included use of materials, flooding, highway access and impact on bats.

The proposals can be viewed in full here.

Mark Stevenson’s Mark’s History column examined the historical importance of the site in July.

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