Final phase of Granary Wharf mixed use project brings forward plans for new homes


Plans have been revealed for the final phase of CTP’s development at Granary Wharf in the heart of the vibrant Holbeck Urban Village.

CTP, in partnership with U+I, is proposing a high quality, housing-led, mixed use £50 million development scheme in this sought after area of Leeds. Nestled alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal the plans include 250 apartments, circa 7,200 sq ft of new office floorspace, 35 space car parking, secure cycle spaces and opportunities for bars, cafes and restaurants at ground floor level.

There will be a mix of one bed and two bed apartments and all of the units will be available for private rent, helping to meet the growing demand for high quality accommodation in Leeds. The site is currently used as a surface level long stay car park and is located on Wharf Approach off Water Lane.

A public exhibition will be held on Thursday (February 4), between 4pm and 8pm, in the front atrium at the Round Foundry Media Centre, Foundry Street, Leeds, LS11 5QP, where local residents will be able to view the plans and speak to members of the project team.

CTP’s Chief Executive David Topham said “Granary Wharf is a vibrant hub in the heart of the city, and our latest plans continue to build on its success. There is a growing demand for high quality accommodation in Leeds and our proposals will deliver 250 apartments alongside bars, cafes, restaurants and landscaped areas. I encourage people to come along to our public exhibition to find out more about our proposals.”

Located on the south bank of the City Centre, the Granary Wharf proposals will form an integral part of the regeneration of Holbeck Urban Village. The area has seen considerable investment in recent years and continues to grow as further regeneration proposals come forward. 

A planning application will be submitted to Leeds City Council following the public consultation. If planning permission is granted, construction work could start in Autumn 2016. 

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