Tag: South Leeds Golf Club

Have your say on Middleton Park golf course land

As mentioned in this month’s Councillors’ Briefing, a consultation has begun on how to use the land that was formally South Leeds Golf Club and has now been incorporated into Middleton Park. Discussions have been going on between ward Councillors in Middleton Park and Beeston & Holbeck wards; the Friends

Council approves consultation on £700k plan for golf course land

Councillors on the Executive Board have approved a report from the Director of Communities, Housing and Environment to create a new parkland at the site of the former South Leeds Golf Club, off the Ring Road next to Middleton Park. The 48 hectares of parkland is set to incorporate a

South Leeds Golf Club and the Good Doctor

This September we have been promised a public consultation on the use of South Leeds Golf Clubhouse by Leeds City Council’s Asset Management and Regeneration Department. This is a welcome move after the lack of consultation regarding the recent decision to close a historic right of way to make way

Golf Club clubhouse threatened by fire and demolition

The clubhouse of the former South Leeds Golf Course has come under attack twice this week with a demolition notice posted on Monday (20 July 2020) followed by a fire in the building that night. South Leeds Golf Club ceased trading in November 2019 and the land reverted to Leeds

Expansion plans for Cockburn School

Councillors are set to approve spending almost £7 million at Cockburn School in Beeston to accommodate an additional 60 students from September. Next Wednesday (24 June 2020) Leeds City Council’s Executive Board will discuss a report which proposes creating the extra space at Cockburn School by building a modular block