Tag: Sweet Street

City One: major development site gets go-ahead

Councillors on the City Plans Panel have unanimously approved outline planning permission for the City One scheme in Holbeck at their meeting this afternoon (14 March 2024). The site, which lies on one of the main routes into the city centre from South Leeds and the motorways and includes the

Plans to develop gateway site in Holbeck

Councillors will be discussing early plans for the redevelopment of another key site in Holbeck at City Plans Panel next week. Developers are bringing forward plans for the site, dubbed ‘City One’, that includes the Halford store on the corner of Meadow Road and Sweet Street. The rest of the

Consultation launched on redevelopment of Kays site in Holbeck

As previously reported, plans are being developed for the vacant former Kays site in Holbeck, bounded by Sweet Street, Marshall Street, Nineveh Road and the rail depot The development will include a range of homes, offices, commercial spaces and extensive new public realm: Approx. 1,200 new high-quality Build-to-Rent and market

New plans for Kays site in Holbeck

Plans for a mixed use development including 1,200 residential units as well as offices and commercial properties have been discussed with Councillors on the City Plans Panel. The site, bordered by Nineveh Road, Marshall Street and Sweet Street and adjacent to the Holbeck rail depot, has lain derelict for many

Largest piece of abstract art in the UK close to completion in Holbeck

A 250m long mural depicting abstract elements and colour composition is close to completion on a key route into the city centre from south Leeds. The design of the mural is inspired by the weaving heritage of Leeds, abstract geometry and site specific shapes and symbols. When completed the artwork

Community Planters and Painters in Holbeck

The saying many hands make light work was an understatement yesterday (Sunday 1 February 2015) as 15 volunteers took to a planting and painting task in Holbeck. Before daylight left Leeds, ten fruit trees had been planted on the moor and outside Old Chapel Studios in Holbeck. Flower beds had

744 flats planned for Sweet Street, Holbeck

  A major new planning application could see 744 flats built in four new buildings on Sweet Street in the Holbeck Urban Village area. 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