Plans for houses on council land have been unveiled.
Kirklees Council is seeking consent for housing on five plots of land.
It’s part of the council’s asset disposal bid and applying for permission to develop vacant land will likely fetch a higher price at auction.
The latest plans are for seven houses on two plots of land at Leak Hall Crescent, Denby Dale.
Four houses would be built on land at the end of the current cul-de-sac, with three more properties midway along the road on current grass land.
Kirklees is also seeking permission for two houses on land at Brewerton Lane, Dewsbury Moor; two houses at Church Lane, Birstall; and two houses on land adjacent to 151 Halifax Road, Liversedge.
The council is not expected to build the houses, but planning permission for housing is likely to increase the price the council gets when selling off the land.
All of the housing plans are open to public consultation.
The Examiner has previously reported how Kirklees Council is selling off unused land and buildings to net £27m in sales.