Inspectors recommend removal of 32 green belt housing sites from Leeds development plan

Leeds City Council is to move towards adopting its site allocations plan after inspectors approved the document on the basis that 32 green belt development sites are removed due to a reduced housing requirement for the city.

by Mark Wilding
Leeds: Council to adopt site allocations plan. Image: Flickr / Tim Green
Leeds: Council to adopt site allocations plan. Image: Flickr / Tim Green

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