The Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum was officially established to deliver a Neighbourhood Plan for Holbeck. A forum designation lasts for 5 years and as such the designation of the forum need to be renewed. Holbeck was selected as a frontrunner neighbourhood planning area in March 2012, one of four in Leeds.
Grand designs for the future development of Temple Works and St Matthew’s Community Centre were discussed at the latest Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum meeting on Saturday (14 March 2020). Following the news that £25 million of government funding could be made available to bring a British Library North to Temple Works,
Do you have an idea for improving life in Holbeck? Come along to the Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum meeting on Saturday (14 March 2020) and help set our community priorities for 2020 and beyond. Part of the Forum’s role is to help Leeds City Council and others decide how money is
Holbeck residents, who have spent six years developing the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan, are urging everyone to get out and vote ‘Yes’ to the “People’s Plan.” Today’s (1 March 2018) referendum is going ahead despite the extreme weather The Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum is made up of residents and businesses in the
A local plan developed over the last five years by residents in Holbeck is to be unveiled at a meeting on Saturday (14 January 2017). Volunteers have worked on the neighbourhood plan and refining the ideas in response to consultations with people who live and work in the area. The
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with a reminder that The Plantation in Middleton; The Garden Gate in Hunslet; and the Midnight Bell in Holbeck are flying the flag for south Leeds in
Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with a team of young people who took up The Challenge and came to Cross Flatts Park last Saturday to help Beeston In Bloom by clearing overgrown
This is your last chance (almost) to have your say on the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan! This Saturday (25 April 2015) The Holbeck will be hosting the Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum meeting. The meeting starts at 11am and finishes at 1pm. Please come and join us for hot soup and a roll.
Only on a few occasions does someone breeze into a meeting on a winter’s morning and bring a fresh look to the issues we’ve been discussing for years. This is exactly what happened at the Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum on Saturday (24 January 2015). Lauren, a new resident to the area,
On Saturday (24 January 2015) St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck hosted the latest Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum. The meeting was disappointed to hear that the old Matthew Murray site has been taken off the ‘Site Allocations Plan’ (a local council document). Originally the site allocations had penned the old secondary