Plans for the site, just off Ellarby Road, were submitted by S Harrison Developments, and comprise four blocks of between seven and nine storeys, with a total of 345 flats.
The full application follows an earlier form of the plans from last year, about which members expressed concerns about the layout, landscaping and the number of electric vehicle charging points.
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It stated: “It is considered that the scheme represents a significant improvement to the proposals that were considered in October 2020 with regards to the areas of concern highlighted by Members at that time.
“As a whole, the proposal would result in a high-quality and appropriate development, The application is therefore recommended for approval subject to the planning obligations.”
Among those obligations includes a commitment to provide 18 “affordable” flats (rented at 80 percent of the local market rate), £295,000 towards a recreation ground and £80,000 to a residential travel fund.
Members of Leeds City Council’s City Plans Panel will meet to discuss the plans on Thursday, September 2.