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New metal fencing will protect parkland from vandalism

Councillors in inner West Leeds have agreed to commit almost £12,000 to protect an area of public open space from ongoing vandalism.

A 1.8 metre-high metal palisade fence will be erected on the boundary to prevent further vandalism at the parkland, off Sandford Road in Kirkstall.

Councillors on the inner west community committee agreed to pay £11,994 towards the fencing, at the request of the council’s parks and countryside department.

The inner west community committee is made up of nine councillors from Armley, Bramley & Stanningley and Kirkstall wards, along with community representatives.

To find out which ward you live in, who your local councillors are and how to contact them, enter your postcode at democracy site Write To Them for more information.

The agenda and minutes of the last meeting can be found here.


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