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Updated plans for 25 houses in Pudsey submitted

A further set of revised plans for 25 houses on a field off Kent Road in Pudsey have been submitted by developers.

Johnston and Mowatt has submitted the latest plans, off Kent Road and Longfield Court, saying the development will deliver ‘much-needed’ family housing in the town. Access would be via Varley’s Yard. 

The latest proposals, which have been made in response to concerns expressed by Leeds council planners and residents, also include public open space.

The houses would have reconstituted stone elevations.

Original proposals for family homes by planning consultants Johnson Mowat were withdrawn in July 2021 following neighbours’ concerns over parking, access and traffic. Fresh plans were submitted in September 2021, with further revisions in June this year.

The plans can be read – and commented upon – here.


  1. Once again this horrendous development gets a fresh tweak and is then resubmitted.Cutting the number of house’s to twenty five does not even scratch the surface of the problems this development will cause.councillors have already raised concerns (prior to the proposed development) about the volume of traffic on this road and danger to school children prompting an application for a crossing,also there is already a parking issue affecting the residents of Longfield road.The addition of a minimum of twenty plus more vehicles to the area ,the disruption to residents,the safety concerns etc means that as we have explained to our local councillors this project should never happen.


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