Planning permission was granted for the conversion of the former Jubilee Hotel in January 2020, with a 43-key aparthotel and ground floor commercial space proposed.
The revised scheme would provide a total of 61 serviced apartments.
Revisions have also been made to the new-build element of the scheme, together with changes to the Jubilee Hotel. The main entrance to the new hotel has moved from the new building to the Jubilee.
A statement accompanying the application said: “The proposed amendments are relatively minor in extent and effect and will not give rise to any negative impacts upon the built historic environment, including the grade II-listed building comprising the former Jubilee Hotel and the Leeds City Centre Conservation Area.”
The former Jubilee Hotel, located on The Headrow opposite Leeds Town Hall, was constructed in 1904 by Thomas Winn & Sons.