West Leeds planning applications: 18 March 2019


Over the previous week Leeds City Council have validated 42 planning applications, for sites across the Leeds area. Of these, 13 are applications for tree works.

Not many applications in the West Leeds Dispatch area. Cubic Business Centre is the focus of a redevelopment to be converted to flat, as we reported here on Friday.

In Kirkstall there had been anticipation that Artisan would be submitting their application for the District Centre redevelopment on Friday 15 March, although it does not appear below.

Below are the applications that apply to the Wards that are covered by West Leeds Dispatch. Members of the public and community groups all can have a say in the planning process, and planning applications can be found by searching the planning portal: https://publicaccess.leeds.gov.uk/online-applications/search.do?action=simple&searchType=Application

Links are provided for all of the applications below:


No results returned when searched.

Bramley & Stanningley

Change of use of offices to 54 flats
Cubic Business Centre 533 Stanningley Road Leeds LS13 4EN
Ref. No: 19/01211/DPD | Status: Current

Calverley & Farsley

T1 Sycamore – Slight reduction from the owners property. 10%-20% throughout the canopy and a slight crown lift
33A Town Gate Calverley Pudsey LS28 5NW
Ref. No: 19/01499/TR | Status: Current

Farnley & Wortley

Single storey rear extension
8 Ironstone Drive Farnley Leeds LS12 6LF
Ref. No: 19/01367/FU | Status: Current


Alteration to shop front to include aluminium frame, two glass panels, glass door and electric shutters
10 Commercial Road Kirkstall Leeds LS5 3AQ
Ref. No: 19/00999/FU | Status: Current


No results returned when searched.

While every effort is made in collecting the information above, omissions may still occur.


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