The news agenda for the next four months will be dominated by the European referendum. This is the most important decision the country will make in a generation so of course it must get the coverage, but it’s not the only decision being taken that will dramatically affect our lives
The Leader of Leeds City Council Councillor Keith Wakefield is calling on all residents to have their say on how the council saves £76.1million in next year’s budget. A one-month consultation period has just started at www.leeds.gov.uk/budget, asking people to give their views on the initial budget proposals for 2015/16.
Senior councillors are being recommended to press ahead with the closure of Middleton Park Golf Course at a meeting next Wednesday. Leeds City Council’s powerful executive board will discuss a number of options regarding the long-term viability of both Middleton Park and Gotts Park local authority golf courses. This follows
Leeds City City Council could cut the opening hours of all 36 libraries in Leeds – including Middleton, Dewsbury Road, Hunslet and Beeston. According to a detailed report on the Leeds Citizen, a public consultation has been launched into the cuts, which could save the cash-strapped council £100,000 a year
Leeds City Council has resurrected its plans to close Middleton Park golf course. A public consultation is underway and closes on Friday 4 July 2014. The proposal to close the golf course comes against the background of continued cuts to the council’s funding. Grants from central government have reduced
Talks are to continue over the future of Middleton Park Golf Course after its closure was put on hold for a year. The Leeds City Council-managed golf course at Middleton Park (along with Gotts Park in Armley) was put forward for possible closure as part of the council’s drive to