The proposed development of a new aparthotel and commercial units next to Leeds’ historic Kirkgate Market has moved forward with plans recommended for approval when they go before councillors next week (13 September 2018).
Town Centre Securities (TCS), Leeds City Council’s development partner on the project, submitted a full application for development at 4-32 George Street in June.
Planning consent is sought for a new six-storey building featuring a 126-room aparthotel with a mix of studios, one- and two-bed units.
A total of 9,400 sq ft of new commercial space would be developed on the ground floor, divided into nine retail units, as well as new direct access from George Street into the market.
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