Tag: Jack Lane

City One: major development site gets go-ahead

Councillors on the City Plans Panel have unanimously approved outline planning permission for the City One scheme in Holbeck at their meeting this afternoon (14 March 2024). The site, which lies on one of the main routes into the city centre from South Leeds and the motorways and includes the

Hunslet greenspaces set for improvements

Cllrs Paul Wray and Cllr Mohammed Iqbal (Labour, Hunslet and Riverside) have announced plans to improve two greenspaces in Hunslet: the area of parkland opposite Middleton Railway; and a small area of parkland in between The Oval and Jack Lane. Following feedback from residents and Middleton Railway, the following proposals

Plans to develop gateway site in Holbeck

Councillors will be discussing early plans for the redevelopment of another key site in Holbeck at City Plans Panel next week. Developers are bringing forward plans for the site, dubbed ‘City One’, that includes the Halford store on the corner of Meadow Road and Sweet Street. The rest of the

Digital champions gets Hunslet kids active and online

  Digital champions, a project getting kids physically active and having fun online has been a big hit in Hunslet. A series of sporting and digital activities have taken place to encourage children to live healthy lives and improve their internet skills. Over 40 children got in involved in Digital

Leeds City Council Transport Strategy Splits Holbeck

The latest core strategy of Leeds City Council includes a strategy for city centre transport that appears to seriously affect Holbeck. The map below (see council map for larger scale) indicates that the central traffic distribution route (loop) will pass through Holbeck along Jack Lane, Nineveh Road and Domestic Street.   This is likely

New development could mean jobs boost for Holbeck, Hunslet and Beeston

A planning framework to transform a scruffy piece of land to the south of Leeds city centre into a multi-million pound development featuring a hotel, up to 296 flats and office accommodation has been approved in principle. Councillors yesterday approved initial outline plans for the site off Meadow Road, Jack Lane,