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Public meeting discusses Kirkstall Neighbourhood Plan

Residents living in Hawksworth Wood can have their say on future development in Kirkstall at a public meeting.

The next meeting of Kirkstall Neighbourhood Forum will be held in Hawksworth Wood Primary School, on Thursday 21 November starting at 7.30pm.

The forum is holding a series of meetings in all parts of Kirkstall Ward to introduce new members to the Kirkstall Neighbourhood Plan.

Leeds City Council has designated a group of Kirkstall residents, local businesses and councillors as a Neighbourhood Forum under the Localism Act. T

his Forum is now preparing a Kirkstall Neighbourhood Plan. Once adopted, this plan gives local residents better control over new development, and greater influence over the spending of local funds.


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