Tag: Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association

Police report at Hunslet TARA meeting

Sergeant Sam Greaves attended the Hunslet Tenants and Residents meeting on Wednesday 5 December, the meeting was well attended, writes Holbeck NPT. One matter raised was that unknown males are gaining access to the corridors of flats on Hemmingway Garth. This is occurring during the evenings and it is suspected

Burglary rates fall in South Leeds

Homes in south Leeds have seen a 39% reduction in burglaries compared with the same period last year. As part of a campaign to work with residents and make them feel safe in their homes, Aire Valley Homes has worked with West Yorkshire Police on a number of crime awareness

Hunslet police issues discussed at meeting

PC Adam Firth of Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team attended the latest Hunslet Tenants And Residents Association meeting, writes Holbeck NPT. Residents said that there had been no further issues with the local priority of youths playing football on Hemmingway Garth. PCSO Kay Kennedy also reports that despite making regular patrols at this

Slideshow: Hunslet’s big clean-up

[slideshow] Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association arranged a Clear Up Day on Saturday morning which saw local residents, schools, charities, organisations and businesses coem together to take part. It was a lovely sunny morning to get out with the litter pickers… all the skips were full to the brim, and with

Hunslet residents invited to have say on local issues

My name is Patricia Jackson and I am  the chair of Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association. We meet on the first Wednesdy of every month at the Church of the Nazarene, which is situated at the bottom of Grove Road directly opposite  the Penny Hill Centre. Our next meeting will

Hunslet set for a big clean up

Hunslet is set for a big clean up – and local residents are invited to take part. Aire Valley Homes, Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association, Leeds City Council, and Holbeck NPT are supporting the event too, along with residents and possibly local schools will all get involved. The event is on

Hunslet crime priorities discussed at meeting

Holbeck Neighbourhood Policing Team’s new Sergeant, Di Whiteside, attended the latest Hunslet Tenants and Residents Association meeting along with PCSOs Kay Kennedy and Julie Rice. Sergeant Whiteside gave an update on the crime statistics for the Hunslet area over the last month, which were three domestic burglaries, three shed/garage burglaries, two damages

Hunslet tenants meeting discusses travellers, skate park and local issues

Hunslet residents attended the monthly Tenants and Residents’ Association meeting last night – with the travellers’ encampment on Pepper Road discussed. Residents expressed concern about the travellers setting up in an area regularly used for football. City and Hunslet councillor Mohammed Iqbal said that the council had approved additional permanent

Buses on agenda in Beeston, while Hunslet discusses local issues

Beeston residents will have the opportunity to discuss the local bus service at the next meeting of the Beeston Community Forum. The next general meeting of the forum will take place tomorrow (Thursday) at 7.30pm at Beeston Village Community Centre, St Anthony’s Drive, Beeston. The speakers will be Graham Riley