The proposals, submitted by Manchester-based Hodder and Partners, will see the new blocks of between six and 12 storeys built on land currently used for temporary car parking between Sweet Street, Manor Road, Ingram Street and St Barnabas Road.
The proposals include 81 studio apartments, 295 one bedroom, 358 two bedroom and ten three bedroom apartments, as well as 713 sq metres of ‘commercial floor space’ which could be used as restaurants or shops.
You can check out the planning application in full – and make a comment – by following this link. Leeds City Council is aiming to decide whether to approve the planning application by the end of the year.
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