Tag: Planning permission

Hunslet residents cry foul over planning application

Residents on the Hunslet riverfront are crying foul over a proposed alteration to a planning application – requested by a property developer – which will see them miss out for the second time on having a neighbourhood shop; the deadline to comment on the application is Monday 18 May (2020).

Beeston snooker hall told to close its doors

A snooker hall that sprung up in Beeston has been served with an enforcement notice by Leeds City Council. The Cuedos snooker hall is located on Dewsbury Road near the Tommy Wass junction, in the former Sugar Refinery building. The owners have not applied for planning permission to change the

Park and Ride decision postponed as councillors slam plans

The decision on the major new Park and Ride scheme proposed for Stourton has been postponed, after councillors on the City Plans panel blasted the Council’s own presentations – and local campaigners have vowed to battle on against the project. The cross-party panel – which decides on whether or not

City park at Tetley’s site gains planning permission

Vastint UK gains important planning consent which will unlock the transformation of the South Bank. Today (14 December 2018) developer Vastint UK gained planning permission for the first phase of Brewery Site (the former Tetley’s brewery in Hunslet). This project makes a significant contribution to a new city park for

Panel to decide on Aspiring Communities scheme

The controversial plans for a sports hall with community and prayer rooms on the former Ice Pak site on Barkly Road in Beeston will go before a Council Plans Panel next week with a recommendation to refuse planning permission. The plans brought forward by local charity Aspiring Communities have raised