A former funeral directors’ building could be demolished and replaced with a supported living complex in Stanningley.
Plans include the demolition of the existing building and outbuildings and construction of a specialist complex comprising of 12 flats and eight bungalows at The Homestead, at Wheater’s Fold, off Stanningley Town Street.
A total of 20 full-time staff would be employed at the development, according to plans submitted by Mr Partakis of Regent Street, London.
A design and access statement accompanying the plans says:
“The application scheme provides a real opportunity to enhance the site,
provide much needed assisted living housing and improve the appearance of the site.
“The site is located in the centre of a residential and commercial area where there are local amenities, good access roads and transport links.”
View the plans in full here.
The undertakers were last used in September 2014.
In 2017 developers JM Sykes & Sons successfully applied to Leeds City Council for permission to transform the site with nine houses.
Work would include the demolition of the existing garages, outhouses and a lean-to extension, and the renovation and extension of the undertakers – called The Homestead – to provide two houses instead of one.
The proposals met with a mixed response from locals.