Tag: plans panel

Aspiring Communities speak out on Ice Pak planning decision

Aspiring Communities, the organisation behind the controversial plans for the Ice Pak site in Beeston, have issued a statement about the recent decision of the Council’s Plans Panel. Aspiring Communities appealed to the Planning Inspectorate in November because Leeds City Council had failed to make a decision on their application

Plans to expand White Rose Shopping Centre approved

  Proposals to expand the White Rose Shopping Centre in South Leeds and build a new 12-screen cinema have been given the green light by planning chiefs today. As previously reported on South Leeds Life, the plans, which also include extensions to the existing Primark store and Debenhams store, new

Extension of White Rose Shopping Centre – Benefit for South Leeds?

  On Thursday (12 December 2013) the Council’s City Plans Panel will be considering one of the most important planning applications* which affects south Leeds for some years. Land Securities – the owners of the White Rose Shopping Centre (WRSC) -want to expand it by providing new and enlarged shops

Plans for Ice Pak site debated by Councillors

  Aspiring Communities are proposing to redevelop the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road in Beeston to create a multi-faith community centre. On Thursday they made a Pre-application Presentation to the Council’s Plans Panel (South and West).   In their presentation, Aspiring Communities stressed their aim was to bring communities

Beeston Store Wars: Fresh twist in Tesco and Asda planning saga

Councillors sitting on a council plans panel at Leeds Civic Hall this afternoon have gone AGAINST planning officers’ recommendations to refuse plans for new Asda and Tesco stores in Old Lane, Beeston. Members of the south and west plans panel heard that planning officers were recommending that BOTH plans – for