Plans for where tens of thousands of homes should be built in Leeds to go before public

Leeds City Council has no time to lose when it comes to agreeing on its future planning rules, a meeting has heard. Senior councillors agreed to put updated plans for the authority’s site allocations plan (SAP) to public consultation, following a review last summer into where new tens of thousands of new homes should be built in the coming years.
But, despite the changes meaning 35 greenfield sites will now be safe from development until 2023, councillors warned that longer-term core strategy plans could see the same sites at risk of development in the future.
Coun Andrew Carter, head of... read more

 
14 January 2019 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 21
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