In Leeds, Permission secured, Residential

On behalf of Countryside Partnerships, DPP secured reserved matters approval for the delivery of 91 new homes, 38 of which will be affordable dwellings for rent and shared ownership managed by Leeds Federated.

DPP project managed the reserved matters submission and worked closely with the consultant team to ensure the required information was submitted. DPP continued to liaise closely with the LPA throughout the determination period to address consultee comments and were able to secure planning permission under delegated powers. DPP have also been responsible for preparing and submitting discharge of condition applications associated with the outline permission to enable works to commence on site.

Speaking about the consent, Mark Lane, Director at DPP, said:

It has been a pleasure to work on behalf of Countryside Partnerships on this submission which will deliver a significant number of affordable homes is a sustainable location.

Ian Hepplethwaite, Associate Development Director at Countryside Partnerships Yorkshire, said:

DPP were an integral part of our team to successfully achieve planning at our scheme at Blue Hills Farm, providing professional advice and peace-of-mind throughout the process.


Image: Acanthus WSM Architects

Recommended Posts