Day: 24 March 2014

How to win friends and influence planning panels: The Beeston Campaign for Affordable Homes

  In late 2013, hundreds of households across Beeston in South Leeds received a leaflet headed “Beeston Campaign for Affordable Homes [BCAH]” encouraging residents to object to the proposal by Aspiring Communities to build a community centre on the former Ice Pak site on Barkly Road. Is the “Beeston Campaign

Affordable housing development on track for autumn completion in Middleton

  A new housing development in Middleton is taking shape in time for its completion later this year. Middleton Park Councillors Kim Groves, Judith Blake and Paul Truswell visited the new development off Thorpe Road near Middleton town centre. The project will see 122 new houses and bungalows built by

Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum to elect its first Board

  The Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan will pass another milestone at a meeting on Saturday (29 March 2014). The Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum will elect a Board of up to 12 local people at its first annual general meeting. The job of the Board is to manage the Forum and oversee the

Noisy neighbours in Middleton to be evicted

  A couple living in Middleton are set to be evicted from their home after continued anti-social behaviour. This follows a Closure Order secured by Leeds City Council at Leeds County Court on 19 March for 84 Bodmin Crescent, Middleton, which will mean occupants Mr Matthew Banks and Ms Tracey