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DLA plans 'Modern ark'

DLA reveals plans to convert a curch to flats

DLA Architecture has revealed plans to turn a Grade-II* Catholic church in Leeds into flats. The nave of Mount St Mary’s will be razed and replaced with a similar-shaped building clad in copper. This ‘modern-day ark’ will join on to the north and south transepts, built in 1866 to Edward Pugin’s designs.

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