Improving Brickfield Park – Have your say

Local residents are being encouraged to have their say over improvements to an important piece of green space.

Brickfield Park is located on Lady Pit Lane next to Beeston Hill and close to Lady Pit Lane Allotments. Whether you currently use the park or not, the Council would like to hear your views on how this green space could be improved.

Funding for improvements at Brickfield Park has been secured as part of continued efforts to improve local green spaces. Hunslet & Riverside ward members and Leeds City Council’s Parks and Countryside Team are looking to make improvements to Brickfield Park to ensure this space remains well used and loved.

Councillor Mohammed Iqbal (Hunslet & Riverside ward) explains:

“The pandemic has rekindled the love of our local green spaces for many residents. Following the successful investments made at both Trentham and Rowland Road- Cllr Elizabeth Nash, Cllr Paul Wray and I are now keen to add more community value to the largest of the three Beeston Hill pocket parks, Brickfields. The view of residents in this process is vital to make any improves a success and we look forward to seeing what they think.”

To find out more and share your thoughts, please follow this link: The deadline for completing this survey is Monday 25 January 2021.

Once evaluated, the results of the survey and next steps will be shared via an online community meeting, details of which can be found at the end of the survey. For those unable to join the meeting, information will be shared on community notice boards and on Inner South Community Committee facebook page.

If you have any questions or difficulty accessing the survey please contact:


This post was written by Light Addaquay

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