Tag: Cllr Paul Wray

What’s being done to stop missed bin collections?

For many years, missed bin collections on some of the terrace streets on Beeston Hill and elsewhere has been an ongoing issue. There are three main reasons driving most of these missed collections: Population growth has increased the amount of waste produced Cars parked on street entry points, blocking access

A chance to meet your Councillors

Residents living in Beeston Hill are invited to meet with their Councillors on Thursday (17 January 2019) at the Hamara Centre on Tempest Road from 6:30pm. It is an opportunity for local residents and businesses to raise issues, discuss and develop projects, have conversations with your ward councillors, police and

Riverside residents urged to sign up for flood warnings

Many of the longstanding residents of Leeds Riverside will remember Boxing Day 2015. The river Aire burst its banks; causing a huge amount of damage to both businesses and residential properties. The community effort which followed was remarkable. Volunteers helped clear the streets with Council staff and others, and residents

A new approach to anti-social behaviour

Taking on Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and Crime: The Neighbourhood Response Team (NRT), who are they? The new NRT’s are 3 area-based teams covering the South, East & West of Leeds, and are made up of West Yorkshire Police Link Officers and a Leeds Antisocial Behaviour Team’s (LASBT) Offender Manager. They