Regeneration News Brief: Leeds inner city area East Bank ...

Leeds inner city area East Bank is set for further renewal after a mixed-use development was granted planning permission last week. Leeds City Council has backed Oakgate Group PLC's plans to create 185 flats, 2,508 sq m of office space and 255 car parking spaces. The area has already been transformed in recent years by £50 million of investment. This latest scheme will provide four multi-storey blocks, each with office space at the bottom and flats at the top. The proposal needs government approval because it does not fit into the city's unitary development plan.

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