Work to convert King’s Court – by the level crossing – to flats appeared to come to a halt some months ago.
We don’t know what the problem was. But we deduce that the building has changed hands. When the conversion started, the developer was someone with a contact address in London; someone who used a London-based architect. However, the developer now seems to come from Hayes and to be using an architect located in Leeds.
Assuming the council permits what seems to be a modest change in specification – still a total of thirty flats, but now including a few studio flats – with luck work will be getting underway again before too long.