Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. We start this week with a tweet we spotted from Cllr Kim Groves (@groves_kim): “Observence of Remembrance Service Hunslet Cemetery Cenotaph Sunday 9th November at 3pm to pay respect to those
Residents in Hunslet and across South Leeds will be able to attend two consultation events about ambitious plans for the new Leeds trolleybus scheme. Costing £250m, the New Generation Transport (NGT) network will link park and ride sites at the north and south edge of Leeds with the city centre.
Forty five thousand leaflets about the New Generation Transport (NGT) trolleybus project are being sent to homes, offices, businesses, libraries and other public places along the initial planned trolleybus route – which includes parts of south Leeds. Containing key facts and figures about NGT along with a map of the
Leeds today heard the words from it never thought it would: “Go ahead with your plans for a new trolleybus”. The government has said it will give £173.5 million funding for a trolleybus scheme – and the big news for south Leeds is that one of the routes is due to cut