The site is an old laundry dating back to the early 20th Century located in a densely populated area of Leeds characterized by red brick terraces of back-to-back housing.
The proposal is a mixture of family houses and one and two bedroom starter homes clustered around a courtyard. The proposal attempted to reduce the number of car parking spaces that the Council insisted must be produced on site notwithstanding the remarkably empty car free streets surrounding the site.
The buildings are brick built with pitched roofs and are two and three storeys high, though predominantly two storeys when street-facing.
All houses and flats have private gardens or terraces. All the houses have dedicated parking spaces with electric charging points.