Hunslet campaigners have called a public meeting – on Tuesday 20 February 2018 - to discuss the controversial Park and Ride scheme pencilled in for Stourton. The proposed scheme will see a carpark with space for 1100 cars built on fields just off junction 7 of the M621, behind Hunslet
Aspiring Communities, the charity behind the controversial plans for a multi faith community centre at the former Icepak site in Beeston, has issued a leaflet and plans to hold a public meeting in December. The leaflet, which is currently being delivered door-to-door in Beeston, invites residents to put the arguments
Stop the Housing Bill, Stop the Sell-Off of Social Housing, Stop Unfair Housing Benefit Cuts – public meeting at 7pm, Thursday 12th May, at Middleton Cross church hall, Middleton Park Avenue, LS10 4HX Do you care about having a decent, secure, affordable housing for yourself, your children and your grandchildren?
Last night (18 September 2014) 150 residents packed into the Beeston Parish Centre to discuss Aspiring Communities’ revised plans for the Ice Pak site on Barkly Road. One man tried to disrupt the meeting by shouting “Don’t want it. Go away” as the architect explained the plans, but the majority
South Leeds Life has called a public meeting to discuss the future of Stank Hall Barn in Beeston. The medieval Tithe Barn is a listed ancient monument, but is in a poor state with much of its roof damaged. Reader Suzie Grace, alerted us to the issue by posting on
A public meeting has been organised by the Westwood Community Association in Middleton to discuss issues with street cleaning, grass cutting and bin collections on the estate. The meeting will allow local residents the chance to discuss issues affecting them. In attendance will be representatives from the council and Aire
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
Local residents attended the latest New Forest Village community meeting in Middleton held at the St George’s Centre. The residents raised three main points during the meeting: 1) Speeding and dangerous driving on New Forest Way; residents reported that this occurs at all times of day but mainly on an evening from 5pm
Plans for a new primary school on the site of the closed |South Leeds Sports Centre at the bottom of Beeston Road will be discussed at a public meeting next Thursday. The meeting, organised by the council, will be held at Hamara Healthy Living Centre in Tempest Road, Beeston on
Holbeck community issues will be discussed at a meeting of the Voice of Holbeck Group tonight. The meeting starts at 7pm at Cleveleys Court and Holbeck residents interetsed in local issues are urged to attend.