Land Adjacent to Seacroft Hospital, Phase 3

On behalf of Strata Homes and Keepmoat Homes, we wish to inform you of the future development proposals for Phase 3 of development on land adjacent to Seacroft Hospital, York Road, Leeds.

The site is forms part of a wider housing allocation (HG1-296/H3-2A.04), a Phase 2 site from the saved UDP Review with a capacity of 720 dwellings. Strata Homes and Keepmoat Homes previously obtained detailed permission for 503 dwellings on the land to the west of the site which forms Phase 1 and 2 of the wider development.

The development team are seeking to submit a Full Planning Application to Leeds City Council for a residential scheme consisting of the following:-

  • Approximately 201 dwellings at a mix of 1 to 4 bed properties;
  • 15% on-site affordable housing (circa 30 dwellings);
  • Retention of existing hedgerows and trees where possible;
  • Landscaping across the site; and
  • Vehicle access from Phase 2 development to the west.


A leaflet was hand delivered to residents within the vicinity of the site informing them of the proposals/intentions on the 29th September 2020.

A copy of the consultation leaflet can be found on the following link:- Seacroft Hospital, Phase 3 - Leaflet (231 downloads)

A copy of the latest planning layout can be found on the following link:- Seacroft Hospital Phase 3 Layout (254 downloads)

A copy of the phasing drawing for the three phases of development can be found here:- Seacroft Hospital, Phase 3 - 3 Phases of Development Plan (251 downloads)

A copy of the phasing distribution drawing for phase three can be found here:- Seacroft Hospital, Phase 3 - Phasing Distribution Phase 3 (173 downloads)

We therefore welcome comments from the local community by the 7th October 2020.

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    1) Please let us know if you have any comments or ideas for consideration against the proposals presented, in particular layout and design.

    Please note: personal correspondence cannot be entered into but we thank you for taking the time to provide your views and comments.