The annual Belle Isle TMO children’s Christmas party will be held at the Belle Isle Working Men’s Club this Saturday, 1 December 2018. The party starts at 12.30pm and will feature a children’s entertainer, competitions and presents from Santa.
Belle Isle TMO We’re counting down to our Annual General Meeting (AGM), which is being held later this month on Thursday 27 September 2018 at the GATE. Our AGM is a yearly meeting that everyone is welcome to attend… we report on the year’s events and shareholders vote to elect
Belle Isle TMO A well-used bench in the playground of Broomfield SILC caught the eye of our Chief Executive, Chris Simpson, and one of our Housing and Estate Management Officers, Jo Wood, whilst they were out flyering last Friday… The blue bench,
Belle Isle TMO Calling those from; WINROSE HILL, WINROSE AVENUE and WINROSE DRIVE. On Wednesday 6 May it’s your local Neighbourhood Walkabout! If you have any concerns you wish to raise about your local area or if you simply want to become more involved in your local neighbourhood this is
Belle Isle TMO is celebrating after being shortlisted in two of the most prestigious housing-sector awards. Belle Isle TMO is the largest estate based tenant management organisations in the country, managing almost 2,000 homes on behalf of Leeds City Council since 2004. In October 2013, they officially opened the doors
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook. We start this week with Park Fisheries on Beeston Road, who you’ll recall won a Yorkshire In Bloom award last year. We read on the Friends of Holbeck Cemetery blog that they have
A new housing development has been officially opened with a celebration of the industrial heritage of Leeds from which it takes its name. The £1.7m development of 16 new homes at Salamanca Court in Belle Isle has been completed by Leeds Federated Housing Association. The estate’s name has been
The Council is consulting its tenants about how council housing in Leeds will be managed in the future. Leaflets have been dropping through letterboxes across the city explaining the proposed changes and asking for comments. There are two organisations managing council housing in our part of the city: Aire Valley