Tag: sc4L

Housing regeneration scheme completes its work

The Beeston Hill and Holbeck housing regeneration scheme has completed its capital works and held a celebration event at Bismarck Way on Wednesday {22 March 2017). Speeches were kept to a minimum given the inclement weather, but Simon Costigan from Housing Leeds spoke about the commitment of local councillors to

Holbeck celebrates its new council housing

Dodging blustery showers, residents, school children, Councillors, staff from builders Keepmoat and Housing Leeds came together on Friday (29 January 2016) to celebrate the completion of new council housing in Holbeck. Before the new community garden was opened, people gathered in The Holbeck club out of the rain. First we

New Bewerley pupils ‘Building Brighter Futures’

The range of professions involved in building new council homes on the housing regeneration project have been brought to life in artwork created by local pupils. New ‘building brighter futures’ banners displaying the posters created by New Bewerley Community School pupils are now on show at a Beeston site where

Revamped Ingram Gardens community centre reopens

A community centre at the heart of a regeneration project has officially re-opened after an extensive revamp. Ingram Gardens community centre has undergone a major transformation ahead of nearby properties in Holbeck being refurbished as part of the council’s housing regeneration project. The council’s partner sc4L and Keepmoat overhauled the

South Leeds Roundup: Planting, parents and player escorts

Here’s your regular roundup of what’s making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook and Twitter. 3,000 bulbs were planted today (18 March) thanks to Friends of New Forest Village with support from the Council, Asda and Barratts. Sc4L, the consortium that is building and refurbishing council

South Leeds Roundup: Allotments, apprentices and assault courses

This week South Leeds has been touched to two terrible stories with the attack in Beeston and the car crash in Morley. These have been covered elsewhere, but here is your regular roundup of the other stories that are making South Leeds tick on other websites, blogs and across Facebook

Independent living for older people in Holbeck

Newly refurbished sheltered accommodation offering an independent lifestyle has been officially opened today (Tuesday 10 February 2015). Ingram Court in Holbeck has benefited from a substantial make-over by sc4L as part of the council’s housing regeneration project. Built in 1976, the building has now undergone a major transformation to provide

Housing regeneration shows great progress in first year

sc4L, the consortium that is delivering the housing regeneration scheme currently transforming Holbeck and Beeston Hill have released figures showing their progress over the last 12 months together with a newsletter for residents. The figures show that they have completed refurbishments to 373 properties (including Little London) and demolished nine