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Former Green Flag offices could become 139 flats

A landmark building at Dawsons Corner could become flats if plans get the go ahead.

Developers have submitted plans 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.

The offices have been empty since breakdown and vehicle recovery specialists Green Flag left the site last year.

The plans can be viewed and commented upon here.

Two letters of objection have so far been submitted by local residents, with concerns focussing on increased traffic and already stretched local infrastructure.


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