Last night (18 September 2014) 150 residents packed into the Beeston Parish Centre to discuss Aspiring Communities’ revised plans for the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road. One man tried to disrupt the meeting by shouting “Don’t want it. Go away” as the architect explained the plans, but the majority
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 The group’s original plans submitted for planning permission were withdrawn in March this year after hundreds of objections were lodged.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
Councillors in Beeston & Holbeck ward have taken the unusual step of writing to local residents alerting them to a controversial planning application. Residents in the Cross Flatts area bounded by Cross Flatts Park, Beeston Road, Old Lane and Dewsbury Road will receive the letter this week. You can
This Thursday, 20th June there are three items affecting south Leeds to be considered at South and West Plans Panel: a pre-application consideration of proposals for the former Icepak factory on Barkly Road, Leeds 11 and the two applications for a supermarket on Old Lane, Leeds 11 from Tesco