Plans to install new ground source heat pumps in former stables which sate back to the 17th century have been submitted.
Leeds City Council has submitted the plans at the stables which now act as an existing plant room at the grade II Listed Farnley Hall, which houses the council’s parks department, among others.
The building was rebuilt in 1806 and sit within the curtilage of the Grade II Listed Farnley Hall.
A heritage statement supporting the application said: “The proposals as presented do not significantly harm the existing fabric of the listed building themselves, other than a minor service pipe intrusion to an existing plant room internally to the building. The works are in the setting of and not technically into the building.”
The plans can be viewed in full here.