A proposal by Miller Homes to build a 47 house development off King Street in Drighlington, will be discussed at the Parish Council meeting on Monday May 19 at 7.30pm.
Miller Homes has submitted a plan to demolish Moorside Building Supplies and build the development, which will consist of houses and flats just off King Street.
The planning application proposes two and three storey detached, townhouse and semi-detached houses, including affordable housing, as well as flats and is holding a public consultation before a full planning application is submitted to Leeds City Council.
The plan can be viewed at Drighlington Community Library on Moorland Road and objections can be left at there.
Comments and objections can also be submitted to Leeds City Council’s planning department.
Deadline for people submit their views is Thursday May 29.
Coun Bob Gettings, who has joined campaigners, said: “This is a speculative and unnecessary development. It is particularly unnecessary in Drighlington where development on brown field sites, remain stalled.
“This green field site contributes in a positive way to the village of Drighlington and we will be opposing it.”