New apartment plan on historic Pudsey tannery site

Tannery Yard, Pudsey. Photo: Google

Plans to build three new apartments at a redundant Grade II Listed builder’s yard in Pudsey have been submitted to Leeds City Council for approval.

London-based Keygo Property Investments want permission to build three, two-bedroom apartments with parking and amenity space at the Tannery Yard off Claremont Grove. The new block would be three storeys high.

A planning and heritage statement accompanying the application states the new block would reflect the character off the adjacent historic buildings in terms of scale and appearance.

“The design of the new buildings will reflect the character of the surrounding area,” it adds. “It is considered that the proposed development will have no significant traffic impact.”

A prefabricated concrete panel outbuilding on the site will be removed.

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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