Plans for 32-storey tower alongside development of listed mill set for green light

Plans for the proposed development of a 32-storey tower alongside the re-development of a historical site in Leeds have been recommended for approval. CityLife Holdings submitted plans to develop the Midland Mills buildings into 22 residential apartments and build 284 apartments in a new 32-storey Midland tower on the site, which is situated on Silver Street on the South Bank. The firm is also seeking to build a communal gym, a resident’s lounge and cinema room for use of the occupants. There would also be commercial spaces o... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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