Wortley storage container plans refused by council amid pedestrian safety concerns


Plans to put four storage container units on land in Wortley have been refused by Leeds City Council planners.

The proposals, by an unnamed applicant, said there would be ‘occasional’ deliveries to the site, behind Highfield Avenue and Dragon Road in Wortley.

But council planners refused the proposals due to concerns over pedestrian safety, inadequate access to the site, noise and loss of visual amenity in a residential area.

Ramblers Leeds Group had objected to the application. They stated: ‚ÄúRamblers Leeds Group objects to this application on the grounds that users of FP Leeds 195, which runs along the proposed entrance to this site, will be placed at increased risk from vehicular movements.”

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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