MORE flats could be built in Huddersfield.
Developers have unveiled plans for another 40.
They want to build them on a disused filling station site at Birchencliffe.
A single-storey block would rise at the junction of Halifax Road and East Street if permission is given.
It shows there is no slackening in Huddersfield's flat-building boom, with homes continuing to be created across the town.
The latest proposals include one, two and three-bedroom flats.
Plans for the site have been submitted to Kirklees Council by John Radcliffe and Sons, of Leeds Road, Huddersfield.
Parking would be behind the building.
Kirklees planners said they would look at potential traffic problems before taking a decision.
Planner Bill Topping said: "We will want the applicants to submit surveys on the traffic impact."
He added: "The earliest possible date this scheme could be considered by the planning committee is October, but it may be later."
The petrol station on the land closed this year.
Pumps and storage tanks have been removed, but the shop and car wash still stand.
The company behind the flats bid had previously proposed a drive-through restaurant for the site.
But that idea was put on hold while the flats scheme was drawn up.