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Stanningley flats get green light – new houses rejected

Scaled-down plans to build four one-bedroom flats at two businesses on Town Street in Stanningley have received the green light from Leeds council planners.

The flats will be created by adapting current living and storage space and building two new extensions – a first floor extension at Shalamar restaurant and an extension above and behind at next doors Bennetts Fisheries.

Applicant Mr Jay Nawaz from Bradford submitted a similar application last July to create six one-bedroomed flats before withdrawing the application in August. 

Polash: Housing refused

Plans for three detached four-bedroom houses on land at 103 Town Street, Stanningley have been refused by Leeds City Council.

Leeds Construction Services Developments Limited wanted to build the houses in the far section of the former Polash Restaurant (now Rupyal Indian Restaurant) site, which has been sold to the applicants following previous consent for a block of eight flats.

The council had concerns about the site layout and design issues. The report refusing the plans can be read in full here.

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