Leeds housing project ready for reveal

Early plans drawn up to construct a nursing home and 72 new residences on a site based in Leeds will now be presented to the local community.

A public consultation will be held to discuss the plans involving a 12-acre site located between East Moor Lane and Tile Lane in Adel, one of the city’s northern suburbs. The site is currently considered derelict, but contains buildings with listed status.

Advent Developments now seeks to refurbish the listed buildings, which include a historic quadrangle and chapel, and convert them into 28 homes. It also wants to position another 44 properties at the site, while being respectful of the trees close by.

Architects in Nantwich, Leeds and other places around the UK can assist developers in drawing up plans for building projects, giving local residents a visual representation of what to expect if they are approved.

According to the developers, the scheme will include extensive habitat and landscaping improvements, including protective measures for the local greenbelt. The new housing onsite would also be accompanied by a high-quality nursing home. With an 80-bed capacity, it is designed to answer the requirements of the area, which is currently under provisioned.

Managing Director for Advent Developments, Tim Reeve, said:

“Our aim is to deliver a sensitive, sustainable, design-led regeneration of the derelict site and buildings to create high quality family homes, including affordable homes, as well as a much-needed nursing home facility.”

The planning application is due for council submission later this year.

Posted by Mark
August 10, 2020

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