Tag: Leeds Council

Holbeck starts to map its future

Holbeck residents turned put in force last night to start mapping out a future plan on how Holbeck will be developed. The meeting, at Holbeck Working Men’s Club, set up a new neighbourhood forum for the area. The forum will help steer the Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan, which will help decide how

Key meeting to help map Holbeck’s future

Holbeck residents are invited to a public meeting tomorrow (Thursday) to set up a new neighbourhood forum for the area. The forum will help steer a Holbeck Neighbourhood Plan which will help decide how the area should be developed in coming years. The plan is being put together by Holbeck

Middleton event provides information on fostering

Leeds City Council currently has an urgent need for foster carers and is currently seeking carers who can foster babies and very young children.  The authority is holding an information/recruitment event in Middleton in the new year for people in south Leeds who may be interested in fostering. To foster children in the

South Leeds Sports Centre: Primary school plans move forward

Plans to build a new primary school on land occupied by the increasingly derelict South Leeds Sports Centre are moving a step closer to reality with the council set to choose the consortium to run it. Senior councillors will meet next week to discuss proposals to open a 420-place primary school – and a

Jobs skills and support on offer at White Rose Centre

A new advice centre is opening at the White Rose Shopping Centre to offer people in south Leeds support on jobs and access to learning and skills training. The Point will open on Thursday 11th October. It will offer a wide range of learning and skills opportunities including retail, hospitality, customer service and security. The Point

Poll: Would you like Christmas lights on the main streets in your community?

It might horrify some of you, but it’s only about 12 weeks to Christmas! South Leeds Life has recently received a handful of emails from local residents calling on the council to have lots of Christmas lights in our communities this year. Local resident Paul Ibbotson has been calling for Dewsbury Road and

Police attend Belle Isle community meeting

PC Laura Dennant attended the latest  community meeting for residents living in The Brooms part of Belle Isle. She told residents the number of crimes reported in the area over the last month were “quite low”, and there were no questions raised about them. Issues raised by the residents included speeding around

It’s time to clean up Middleton!

Local residents in Middleton are being urged to take a pride in their community and join in with a special clean up of the area. Aire Valley Homes, the Middleton Park councillors, Middleton Community Group, Leeds City Council and Rothwell Neighbourhood Policing Team have arranged a Community Clear Up in

Are you having problems with anti-social behaviour?

Officers at Rothwell Neighbourhood Policing Team (which covers Belle Isle and Middleton) have issued the following advice aboutanti-social behaviour: If you or anyone you know is experiencing Anti Social Behaviour please contact the Leeds Anti Social Behaviour Team on 0113 222 4402 or email them – LASBT@Leeds.gov.uk . You can