A former clinic in Armley which has become a haven for anti-social behaviour could be turned into flats, if a planning application is approved.
The former Theaker Lane clinic, just off Town Street, could house 12 one and two bedroom flats and three studio flats, according to proposals submitted by Bradford-based planning agent SR Design.
Last summer there was substantial local opposition to SR Design’s proposals to build a 22-bed hostel with six kitchens on the site.
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The plans were withdrawn in October.
Some objections centred around the lack of parking in the area, and this new application has spaces for seven cars.
The plans can be viewed – and commented upon – here.