Tag: Keepmoat

Housing regeneration scheme completes its work

The Beeston Hill and Holbeck housing regeneration scheme has completed its capital works and held a celebration event at Bismarck Way on Wednesday {22 March 2017). Speeches were kept to a minimum given the inclement weather, but Simon Costigan from Housing Leeds spoke about the commitment of local councillors to

Plans Panel to debate controversial Middleton development

A controversial planning application for 93 new homes in Middleton is due to be considered by the South & West Plans Panel on Thursday (22 September 2016). The housing plans, which include 14 affordable 2 and 3 bedroom houses, are well supported, but plans for a new link road has

Holbeck homes officially opened by Hilary Benn MP

MP Hilary Benn cuts the ribbon at new South Leeds £4.5 million affordable housing development Leeds Central MP Hilary Benn recently officially opened a new £4.5 million affordable housing scheme close to the heart of the city. The development at Brown Lane East in Holbeck includes 18 two-bedroom flats and

HEA and Keepmoat brighten up St Matthew’s Centre

St Matthew’s Community Centre in Holbeck has had a bit of a makeover, with housing contractors Keepmoat providing labour and materials to smarten up the entrance lobby. The project was officially concluded and celebrated with Keepmoat staff joined Holbeck Elderly Aid (HEA) members and volunteers, and local councillors, for breakfast.

Holbeck celebrates its new council housing

Dodging blustery showers, residents, school children, Councillors, staff from builders Keepmoat and Housing Leeds came together on Friday (29 January 2016) to celebrate the completion of new council housing in Holbeck. Before the new community garden was opened, people gathered in The Holbeck club out of the rain. First we

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