Tag: Cllr Lisa Mulherin

Tempest Road to close for World Car Free Day 2019

Tempest Road in Beeston, together with roads in Otley and Headingley is to be closed to traffic on Sunday 22 September as part of celebrations for World Car Free Day. Leeds will join cities from across the world including London and Paris taking part in this year’s World Car Free

Fracking waste water discharged into the River Aire

Toxic waste fluid from the UK’s only functioning fracking site in Lancashire was (and quite possibly still is) being brought to a local Leeds waste treatment plant, and the residue later discharged into the south Leeds water system with only limited safety tests, campaigners have discovered. FCC Environment run a

Glowing report for Little Owls nursery at New Bewerley

Children who attend the Leeds City Council-run Little Owls nursery New Bewerley in Beeston can expect outstanding provision, according to the latest report by government inspectors, Ofsted. Little Owls nursery New Bewerley has been judged as outstanding in all areas in the inspection which was carried out in January. The

New primary school for Middleton announced

A new Primary School is to be built in South Leeds in a partnership between Wellspring Academy Trust and Leeds City Council. The 420-place school, subject to planning approval and public consultation, will be located in the heart of Middleton on a currently undeveloped plot at Acre Mount. The planning

Applications now open for primary school places

Parents across Leeds are being reminded to get their applications in for their child’s reception school place for next September. Parents and carers are being asked to visit the Leeds City Council website – www.leeds.gov.uk to complete an online application for their child’s primary school place, before the closing date

South Leeds amongst the Child Friendly Leeds Awards

There was definite South Leeds feel to the winners of the annual Child Friendly Leeds awards which were announced at a glamorous ceremony at Leeds City Varieties last night (2 February 2017). The awards, organised by young people, celebrate some of the people, places and organisations helping to make Leeds