London style nationwide ban on pavement parking, the improvement of the traffic regulation order process to make it easier for councils to prohibit pavement parking in their areas and giving councils the power to fine those who park on paths.
95 percent of independent news providers have received zero support from Government since lockdown started It has been six weeks since Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced lockdown measures and still there has been no package of support for your community newspaper. While £35m has been allocated to the ‘newspaper industry’
A persistently delayed housing project in Beeston Hill and Holbeck has moved another step closer to completion after the council was given the go ahead to provide funding for the scheme. The latest decision from HM Treasury will enable the council to provide funding for the Little London, Beeston Hill, Holbeck and
The troubled Little London, Beeston Hill and Holbeck PFI Project has suffered so many delays thanks to a costly wait for government decisions you’d be forgiven for thinking it might never happen – and now it appears there are even more delays to the scheme which was due start this month. On-site work
Leeds Central MP Hilary Benn has criticised the government’s decision to close Leeds’ Remploy factory. Remploy, which provides employment opportunities for disabled people, is to close half its 54 factories, the government confirmed yesterday. Maria Miller, minister for disabled people, told MPs that the £320m budget for disabled employment services