Tag: Cllr Paul Wray

Creating communal greenspace in Stratford Street

Hubbub and Leeds City Council have designed campaigns to inspire ways of living which improve the environment. Rochyne Delaney McNulty knocked on doors in the streets surrounding Stratford Street in Beeston Hill looking for volunteers to help with creating communal spaces/gardens and approached me at Asha Neighbourhood Project to work

Councillors address road safety concerns on Moor Road

Hunslet & Riverside Councillors Mohammed Iqbal, Elizabeth Nash and Paul Wray have moved to address concerns raised by residents about a number of road safety issues on Moor Road in Hunslet, specifically: Moor Road roundabout Crossing points Parking at the junction with Royal Drive Speeding motorists Poor road markings on

Council calls for urgent action to address the Cladding Scandal

At a meeting the full Council yesterday (11 November 2020), Leeds City Council approved a motion we have been calling for as local Councillors – a motion to demand the Government protects residents in Hunslet and Riverside Ward and across Leeds who have been impacted by the scandal of faulty

Balm Road’s Bile Beans advert restored

When a modern advertising hoarding was removed from the end of a row of houses at the Balm Road junction in Hunslet Carr several years ago it revealed an old hand painted sign promoting Bile Beans. This type of advertising sign was the forerunner of the modern advertisements papered on