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Future of Armley Grange and community-led housing on agenda at Armley Forum meeting

Plans for a new specialist school at the historic Armley Grange site will be one of the issues discussed at a public meeting in Armley.

Grade II-listed Armley Grange has been bought from Leeds City Council by Horizon Care and Education for use as a specialist school for children aged seven to 19 years.

Horizon last week submitted a planning application to alter and refurbish the former day centre building.

Also on the agenda at next week’s Armley Forum will be Leeds Community Homes‘ proposals surrounding a new development on disused land on Mistress Lane in Armley, providing affordable homes for local people.

A potential site of the community-led housing development in Mistress Lane

Policing issues and road safety issues will also be on the agenda.

Armley Forum will be held on Tuesday 21st January 2020 at 7pm in Armley Library/Community Hub. All welcome to attend.


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