Tag: Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan

Leeds United training ground – will it benefit Holbeck?

Local people have been reacting to the news that Leeds City Council will discuss selling the site of the former Matthew Murray High School in Holbeck to Leeds United, at a meeting on Wednesday (18 September 2019). The plan is to move Leeds United training facilities currently at Thorpe Arch,

Holbeck residents urged to vote for the “People’s Plan”

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

Holbeck Plan vote: ‘No’ leaflets are “misleading”

Leeds City Council has today (27 February 2018) issued a Factual Statement in relation to the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan Referendum in response to a leaflet circulated widely in the area by the Democrats & Veterans Party. The leaflet produced by Bill Palfreman, who stood as UKIP’s candidate for Leeds Central

South Leeds Roundup: Blossoms, brochures and Bridlington

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 in Beeston at Holbeck Cemetery (don’cha just love the geograohy of South Leeds?) where the Friends group, the Wednesday Wanderers and volunteers from O2 have all been

South Leeds Roundup: Awards, archives and all-terrain trikes

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 at the Child Friendly Leeds Awards, where Beeston’s Hamara Centre’s Supplementary School won in the supporting schools category. “Since having a daughter it has hit home that

South Leeds Roundup: Cafes, coffee and cheerleaders

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 in Beeston at the Brew Coffee Shop where they’ve installed a new counter to improve their take out offer. Don’t forget we are there every Thursday morning

News from the Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum

The Holbeck Neighbourhood Forum took place at ‘The Holbeck’ (formley The Holbeck Working Men’s Club) on Saturday 7 November 2015. The special general meeting was chaired by Dennis Kitchen and was greeted with some new faces of the residents in Holbeck along with volunteers, local police and ward councillors. After