Tag: Ice Pak

Aspiring Communities speak out on Ice Pak planning decision

Aspiring Communities, the organisation behind the controversial plans for the Ice Pak site in Beeston, have issued a statement about the recent decision of the Council’s Plans Panel. Aspiring Communities appealed to the Planning Inspectorate in November because Leeds City Council had failed to make a decision on their application

Beeston residents debate match day parking scheme

Forty residents attended a meeting called by Save Our Beeston (SOB) to debate the proposed match day parking permit scheme on Monday evening (29 February 2016). The scheme, which is currently being consulted on, would see residents given permits to park on their street, but football supporters from out of

Ice Pak application back on the agenda

The controversial planning application to convert the former Ice Pak factory in Beeston is to be discussed by the council’s South and West Plans Panel next Thursday (18 February 2016). The application to create a community building including sports hall and prayer room was submitted by Aspiring Communities in October

Ice Pak decision taken out of Council’s hands

The decision on the controversial plans for the former Ice Pak factory on Barkly Road in Beeston will now be decided by a Planning Inspector after Aspiring Communities lodged an appeal for ‘non-determination’. The application was due to be heard at the South & West Plans Panel meeting on Thursday

Panel to decide on Aspiring Communities scheme

The controversial plans for a sports hall with community and prayer rooms on the former Ice Pak site on Barkly Road in Beeston will go before a Council Plans Panel next week with a recommendation to refuse planning permission. The plans brought forward by local charity Aspiring Communities have raised