Keyland Developments Ltd, the property trading arm of Kelda Group and sister-company to Yorkshire Water, has submitted a planning application to Wakefield Council to develop a 54-acre site east of Wakefield.
Permission would also allow more general business use, with a potential pub/restaurant/drive-thru and trade counter development plots.
The Wakefield Eastern Relief Road, which opened in April 2017, forms the backbone of the proposed scheme.
The site is part of the redundant Yorkshire Water Calder Vale treatment works, forms the primary employment element of the 375-acre City Fields development which is creating a new sustainable extension to the east of Wakefield.
Knight Frank and Avison Young are appointed agents on City Fields Waterside Business Hub.