Plans for 12 houses and four flats on the Armley Conservative Club site have been submitted to Leeds City Council for approval.
The proposals, by Richard Banks, of Leeds Construction Ltd, includes 12 semi and terraced properties along with the retention of Far Field House and conversion to four apartments, as well as a new club building.
The proposed three-bedroom natural stone dwellings would be based off a proposed access road which runs from Theaker Lane. There would be space for 36 cars at the site.
Armley Conservative Club was established around 1895 and was based at The Dennison Hall. It later moved to The Primrose Hall and then to its present location at Farfield House. The club closed in 2020 due to the pandemic.
A planning statement submitted with the application stated:
“The new housing proposed in this application includes a 30% provision of affordable homes with a mix of house types, increasing the supply of middle to larger sized family homes. This will help to rebalance the existing housing stock and in turn will boost the existing vitality of Armley.”
The plans can be viewed in full here.