Brownfield zones highlighted for 20,000 Leeds homes

Leeds brownfield sites have been identified to enable 20,000 new homes to be delivered in the city by 2028.

84 sites in the six separate zones have been highlighted for development, as Leeds City Council takes a "proactive role" in encouraging funders and developers to invest in city infrastructure.

City centre residential delivery has been slower to recover in recent years, but the city has now said that 10,000 homes are planned or could be developed in the city centre, including South Bank and Holbeck. A further 10,0... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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