London style nationwide ban on pavement parking, the improvement of the traffic regulation order process to make it easier for councils to prohibit pavement parking in their areas and giving councils the power to fine those who park on paths.
Charges for Leeds City Council car parks and on street parking will resume from Saturday 4th July 2020, with some important changes in place. City centre parking: Payment via the machines will resume at our standard prices. Payment via the ParkMobile app will resume at a temporarily discounted rate of
Plans have emerged of how extra pressure on match day parking will be managed if Leeds United are promoted to the Premiership. League football is suspended and it is still unclear how the football season will be concluded and whether Leeds United will be promoted to the top flight. However
A parking scheme for Holbeck residents went live today (Monday 18 December), after local Councillors Angela Gabriel, Adam Ogilvie and David Congreve pushed for the move. The introduction means that commuters will no longer be able to take advantage of the proximity to the city centre of Holbeck’s residential areas.
As the law currently stands it is not illegal to park on pavements except in London. It is however illegal to drive on a pavement anywhere in the country. Due to a strange quirk of logistical fate, prosecutions against those who park without due care for the safety of pedestrians
Match day parking permit plan scrapped whilst training ground planned for Holbeck Leeds United’s recent success and bigger crowds have once again highlighted the problems suffered by residents in Beeston on match days. The issue of fans parking on every available street within a 1km radius of the Elland Road
Leeds City Council has published a draft Traffic Regulation Order covering a large section of Holbeck aimed at tackling city centre commuter parking. Measures include no waiting (double yellow lines) on one side of Holbeck Moor Road and pay and display charges for parking on the moor side of the
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
Proposals for a new primary school on the site of the former South Leeds Sports Centre must include enough parking spaces for staff to avoid problems for local residents, councillors have said. Members of the south and west plans panel heard initial proposals for the 420-pupil primary school and
Forty residents came along to St Matthew’s community centre on Friday (8 November 2013) to discuss local issues with their MP and local Councillors. The agenda was set by residents as they were invited to record issues in three categories: good things about living in Holbeck, problems and things