Revised plans for an Active Travel Neighbourhood in the Cross Flatts area of Beeston have finally been revealed and consultation with affected residents begins today (8 October 2021). Under the scheme roads will be blocked to reduce ‘rat running’ through the area by motorists and promote safe walking and cycling.
Further to our report on Monday that the Cross Flatts Active Travel Neighbouhood scheme is to be delayed to allow for changes to be made, a virtual public meeting is to be held on Tuesday 29 September 2020 at 6pm. The letter from Councillors (see below) stresses that the meeting
The implementation of the Active Travel zone in the Cross Flatts area of Beeston has been postponed following feedback from residents. The scheme, which involves blocking roads to close rat-runs and encourage walking and cycling for short journeys, is one of three to be introduced in Leeds. Cross Flatts was
Plans to block through routes for cars in the Cross Flatts area of Beeston have been revealed in a letter to residents and on a Council website here. As previously reported, planters will be used to block off rat runs with the aim of keeping traffic on the main roads.
It is fair to say that the Covid-19 pandemic brought profound changes to the way a lot of us work, travel and shop. With the lockdown removing the reason to travel to the city centre or further destinations, the role of local centres for meeting our daily food and health
The Council is proposing a 20mph speed limit for the Cross Flatts area of Beeston. This is one of 25 schemes in the city, which were publicised at the end of last week. If this goes ahead it will cover the area bounded by Dewsbury Road, Old Lane, Beeston
As South Leeds Life continues its Scoop it Up campaign, your reports of dog fouling problems in south Leeds are continuing to come into democracy site Fix My Street. One of the latest reports includes this one from Beeston: I am disgusted at the amount of dog fouling along the