Local residents have been reacting to the decision by a Planning Inspector to grant planning permission to Aspiring Communities controversial plans for the former Ice Pak factory on Barkly Road in Beeston. Speaking to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the leader of Save Our Beeston, Sean Sturman said: “We’re very disappointed.
The second day of the planning inquiry into the proposed development by Aspiring Communities of the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road, Beeston was taken up with evidence from Aspiring Communities. Ash Mahmood was the first witness. He stated that Aspiring Communities intentions had always been to make the facilities
The Save Our Beeston (SOB) Campaign has published an open letter to their local councillors raising further concerns with the proposed development of the Ice Pak site by Aspiring Communities. The letter, written by SOB’s honorary secretary Sean Sturman, argues that the group’s current plans will not meet their stated
Aspiring Communities have prepared new plans for the controversial Ice Pak site on Barkly Road in Beeston and are holding two events to share their plans with local residents. The group’s original plans submitted for planning permission were withdrawn in March this year after hundreds of objections were lodged.
Aspiring Communities’ controversial plans to convert the former Ice Pak factory on Barkly Road in Beeston have been put on hold. The Trustees of Aspiring Communities, who hope to create a multi-faith centre with sports and community facilities have issued the following statement: “Having submitted the planning application
There was another lively debate about Aspiring Communities’ planning application for the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road at last night’s Beeston Community Forum (2 January 2014). Chair Christine Thornton explained that the Forum had submitted a letter of objection to the application and that the deadline for comments