PLANS to build a new medical centre for Huddersfield University students have been submitted to Kirklees Council.
A former warehouse in Sand Street, Aspley, which cuts through the Queensgate campus, would be demolished to make way for a three- storey building.
The applicant, Trinity Medical Properties, hopes to move from the existing medical centre, on the fifth floor of an existing university building.
The new building would have seven consulting rooms, four multi-purpose rooms, waiting rooms, minor surgery rooms, a health education room and reception area.
There would be staff accommodation on the top floor and car parking in the basement.
Mr Anthony Kavanagh, an architect with agents B & R Partnership, of Leicestershire, said Trinity Medical Properties was a nationwide medical centre developer.