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Help Christ Church Primary replace their stolen playhouse

Words: Josie Armitage An Armley mum is raising funds for her son's primary school to replace play equipment that was stolen during lockdown. A large playhouse...

Kirkstall Forge: Planning conditions to be debated by councillors

Councillors will this week decide whether to approve a change of conditions attached to previously approved housing and office plans at the multi-million pound Kirkstall...

Housebuilders ‘half-hearted’ on greenbelt issues, claims Calverley & Farsley councillor

Words: Richard Beecham, Local Democracy Reporter A Calverley and Farsley councillor has criticised housing developers for being ‘half-hearted’ when it comes to building on green...

Green belt campaigners seek volunteers for tree survey of ancient woodland

Campaigners opposing plans for housing and industry on green belt land between Pudsey and Bradford are encouraging people to take a tree survey to...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

Police issue appeal to find Pudsey man following domestic incident

Police are appealing for information to trace a man who is wanted in relation to a domestic-related incident in Pudsey. Karl Lewis, aged 23, was...

Talks over collapse of Newlay Weir continue – amid calls for independent investigation

Discussions on the future of historic Newlay Weir - which was partly destroyed in recent storms - are under way between the Environment Agency...

Hope’s Kitchen delivers free meals to help struggling families and anyone in need

A Leeds chef has teamed up with an Armley-based charity to launch a gourmet soup kitchen which will provide a freshly cooked three-course meal...

Calverley church announces re-opening with special service – UPDATED

Words: John Corbin UPDATE: The service is now full to capacity. ORIGINAL POST: St Wilfrid's Church in Calverley will be re-opening for a very special service...

Art and photography project hits high rises in New Wortley

People living in high rise blocks and surrounding houses in New Wortley are being invited to learn new art and photography skills. The Highrise Project...

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Help Christ Church Primary replace their stolen playhouse

Words: Josie Armitage An Armley mum is raising funds for her son's primary school to replace play equipment that was stolen during lockdown. A large playhouse...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

West Leeds planning applications: 28 February 2021

Each week we publish a list of planning applications related to council wards in West Leeds. The following applications were published on the Leeds City...

Housebuilders ‘half-hearted’ on greenbelt issues, claims Calverley & Farsley councillor

Words: Richard Beecham, Local Democracy Reporter A Calverley and Farsley councillor has criticised housing developers for being ‘half-hearted’ when it comes to building on green...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

Kirkstall Forge: Planning conditions to be debated by councillors

Councillors will this week decide whether to approve a change of conditions attached to previously approved housing and office plans at the multi-million pound Kirkstall...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

Hope’s Kitchen delivers free meals to help struggling families and anyone in need

A Leeds chef has teamed up with an Armley-based charity to launch a gourmet soup kitchen which will provide a freshly cooked three-course meal...

These outer West Leeds groups and projects are set to benefit from council cash

Christmas lights, support for 'In Bloom' groups and new 'natter benches' will all receive council funding, councillors have agreed. Members of the Outer West...

‘Sacrifices have to be made’ warns Leeds councillor after town centres funding is cut

Words: Richard Beecham, local democracy reporter A senior Leeds City Councillor has warned that “sacrifices have to be made”, following the decision agreed in last week’s...

Talks over collapse of Newlay Weir continue – amid calls for independent investigation

Discussions on the future of historic Newlay Weir - which was partly destroyed in recent storms - are under way between the Environment Agency...

Housebuilders ‘half-hearted’ on greenbelt issues, claims Calverley & Farsley councillor

Words: Richard Beecham, Local Democracy Reporter A Calverley and Farsley councillor has criticised housing developers for being ‘half-hearted’ when it comes to building on green...

Calverley housing plans withdrawn following concerns

Plans for a development of four large detached homes in Calverley have been withdrawn by he applicant. Frankil Ltd had wanted to build the houses,...

Housebuilders ‘half-hearted’ on greenbelt issues, claims Calverley & Farsley councillor

Words: Richard Beecham, Local Democracy Reporter A Calverley and Farsley councillor has criticised housing developers for being ‘half-hearted’ when it comes to building on green...

West Leeds planning applications: 28 February 2021

Each week we publish a list of planning applications related to council wards in West Leeds. The following applications were published on the Leeds City...

Housebuilders ‘half-hearted’ on greenbelt issues, claims Calverley & Farsley councillor

Words: Richard Beecham, Local Democracy Reporter A Calverley and Farsley councillor has criticised housing developers for being ‘half-hearted’ when it comes to building on green...

Green belt campaigners seek volunteers for tree survey of ancient woodland

Campaigners opposing plans for housing and industry on green belt land between Pudsey and Bradford are encouraging people to take a tree survey to...

Hope’s Kitchen delivers free meals to help struggling families and anyone in need

A Leeds chef has teamed up with an Armley-based charity to launch a gourmet soup kitchen which will provide a freshly cooked three-course meal...

West Leeds planning applications: 28 February 2021

Each week we publish a list of planning applications related to council wards in West Leeds. The following applications were published on the Leeds City...