Tag: Cllr James Lewis

New initiative helps Leeds residents get online

Leeds City Council is working with leading social change charity Good Things Foundation to deliver an ambitious new programme that will ensure residents of the city have the digital skills they need. Across Leeds, tens of thousands of adults still lack the basic digital skills they need to participate in

Have your say on proposals for a Clean Air Charging Zone

Leeds City Council is encouraging businesses, residents and commuters to have their say on the council’s latest proposals to reduce air pollution and protect the health of people in Leeds before a public consultation closes on Sunday 12 August 2018. The proposals being consulted on include a ‘Clean Air Charging

New lease for Hunslet RLFC at South Leeds Stadium

New long-term lease agreement proposed to extend Hunslet RLFC’s proud residency at the John Charles Centre for Sport A new lease arrangement which would extend Hunslet RLFC’s stay at the John Charles Centre for Sport is set to be considered by senior councillors next week. As part of a report

Beeston: Longer opening hours for Elland Road park and ride

Elland Road’s new park and ride is now opening later at night for people travelling back from Leeds city centre. In response to comments from users, the park and ride site, which opened earlier this summer, will now remain open until 9.15pm. This extension gives people who are parked at

Work starts at Elland Road park and ride

  Heavy machinery has arrived at Elland Road to begin work on a £2.8m congestion-busting scheme. Construction of the city’s first major 800-space park and ride scheme is underway this week seeing installation of a new high quality surface, bus waiting facilities, shelters, lighting, signage, ticketing machines, fences, CCTV and

Beeston Forum debates Ice Pak, Health and Policing

  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