Problems with street drinkers and anti-social behaviour on Armley Town Street will be discussed at the latest in a series of crunch meetings today.
Armley councillor Alice Smart said the meeting – between 4-5pm at Armley One Stop Centre – would lead to the setting up of a formal action group which can look into applying for funding to improve the Town Street area and attract fresh investment.
The meeting forms part of the Armley Town Street Revival Plan, which aims to reinvigorate the area.
Cllr Smart said:
“This meeting will focus on how we can tackle the issues of street drinking and anti social behaviour which those who attended the last meeting felt was the biggest problem facing Armley Town Street.
“This meeting will also be a good opportunity to discuss setting up a formal action group which can look into applying for funding. The following subgroup meeting will be on Saturday, 24 October, at 11am.
“Please feel free to invite anyone else you who would be interested in coming along.”
An email informing residents about today’s meeting was sent from Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves’ office on Friday. It was sent to people who had taken part in a survey on the future of Town Street, which was conduicted during the summer.