A fall in theft crime and potential new waste management strategies were some of the salient points to emerge from the Beeston Hill Residents Meeting on Monday (17 June 2019). Neighbourhood Police Inspector Lucy Leadbeater revealed that overall robbery-related offences in the Beeston Hill area decreased by 25 in May.
Residents living in Beeston Hill are invited to meet with their Councillors on Thursday (17 January 2019) at the Hamara Centre on Tempest Road from 6:30pm. It is an opportunity for local residents and businesses to raise issues, discuss and develop projects, have conversations with your ward councillors, police and
Beeston Hill has in the past weeks suffered a much-noted spike in car break-ins, affecting dozens of local households – and whilst residents are upset that little seems to have been done to tackle it, West Yorkshire Police are appealing for help to crack the crimes. The spate of these
Middleton residents are being encouraged to come and air their views at the Middleton Community Group meeting tomorrow morning (Saturday 11 April 2015). Vice Chair Steve Harper told South Leeds Life that he is aware of many concerns in the community particularly around incidents in Middleton Park and the district
Residents of the Garnets in Beeston Hill pulled together this last weekend – with the help of supporters including Beeston in Bloom – to tidy up the green patch at the heart of their neighbourhood. As reported previously in South Leeds Life, the empty space there – originally the site
Leeds City Council Inner South Community Committee Good News Story!! Residents unite for an even better neighbourhood!! St Luke’ s Church has provided the space for the residents of surrounding areas to meet and discuss matters of interest from housing, planning, crime and community safety, highways cleansing and environmental protection.
Residents are to be asked their views on the future of South Leeds Youth Hub at a special meeting on Saturday (23 November 2013). As previously reported on South Leeds Life, Leeds City Council are looking for a third sector organisation to take over the flagship youth provision in
Do you live in Holbeck? Do you think a lot has happened in recent years? Or a lot has been talked about? Here’s an opportunity to speak directly to the elected politicians about your views! Hilary Benn, MP for Leeds Central, together with Beeston & Holbeck councillors has organised
The Council are recruiting residents to join the Leeds Citizen’s Panel: Lots of things are changing in Leeds and it’s important that the council, the NHS and other organisations understand what’s important for you. What is a citizens’ panel? The panel is a large group of people in Leeds who