Residents in Hunslet will see a large Leeds City Council owned planter, which has become unloved and derelict, turning into a pilot area for an urban “forest garden” – helping improve the feel and look of the area, provide local people with access to locally grown food, and help tackle
Following concerns raised by residents and their families about the uneven access from the car park of Arthington Court to the main access door, and the lack of dedicated disabled parking bays on site. Hunslet and Riverside Councillors put forward a request to the Housing Advisory Panel to fund the
I arrived at Middleton Elderly Aid on Boxing Day morning about 11.05am. The Boxing Day Lunch was from 11am, so thought would be first there, how wrong could I be. It was packed, with around 80 people, and me last one in. I joked with person next to me, have
Holbeck in Bloom’s mission is to improve the local environment and help build community pride. Their latest achievement is a new sign on the Moor. The sign incorporates positive images of the area including its historic buildings and the work of Holbeck in Bloom. Community stalwarts Ian Pickup and Dennis
Leeds City Council’s Housing Advisory Panels target money to community groups that can make a difference to Council tenants. The panels are made up of local tenants and Councillors who know the area. You don’t have to be a tenant to apply, and the project doesn’t have to just benefit Council tenants.