Leeds City Council has secured £1 million to make the Recreations area of Holbeck more people-friendly as part of a Streets For People project. Staff have been talking to residents about the issues they face and sort of measures they would like to see. Obesity and asthma issues have been
Leeds City Council have published plans to extend the 20 mph traffic zone to the residential streets in the Parkwoods, Southleighs and Allenbys around Cockburn School. The zone forms part of the Council’s plans to reduce the speed limit on all residential streets in Leeds to 20 mph. The work,
The Council is proposing a 20mph speed limit for the Cross Flatts area of Beeston. This is one of 25 schemes in the city, which were publicised at the end of last week. If this goes ahead it will cover the area bounded by Dewsbury Road, Old Lane, Beeston
Local residents have successfully secured two new 20mph zones in Holbeck and Cottingley following road safety concerns. The Cottingley zone will be centred on Cottingley Primary School and will include all streets surrounded by Cottingley Drive and Elland Road. Traffic calming measures will also be installed on Cottingley Drive.