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Stanningley: Former Sunfield Medical Centre could become flats

A former doctors’ surgery and pharmacy in Stanningley could be transformed into apartments if a planning application is approved by Leeds City Council.

Sunfield Medical Centre in Sunfield Place merged with Hillfoot Surgery in Pudsey earlier this year – and applicant Adam Hainsworth, from Rodley Lane, Calverley, wants to convert the stone surgery into flats.

He has applied for outline – ‘in principle’ – permission to build five one-bedroom apartments and four two bedroom apartments in two separate buildings on the site.

The plans say: “We believe this proposal is ideally suited for the site. We are of the opinion that this solution is the only feasible solution once the site becomes vacant.”

After many years of serving the community, Dr Kenneth McGechaen of Sunfield Medical Centre retired at the end of March. He and another retired colleague own the building. 

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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