Saturday, April 17, 2021

Peter Carlill

Calls for dramatic improvements to bus services in outer West Leeds

Public transport in Outer West Leeds needs to improve dramatically if Leeds Council is serious about luring people away from car usage. That was the...

Councillors demand answers as calls increase for urgent speed cameras on ‘racetrack’ road

Councillors have renewed calls for permanent speed cameras along the A647 Bradford Road in Pudsey amid growing concerns over 'boy racers' using the road...

Farsley: Respite home closure plan questioned by councillors

Words: John Baron Proposals by cash-strapped Leeds City Council to close a respite home in Farsley have today been met with concern by local councillors. The...

Pudsey Park: Visitor centre closure plans criticised at meeting

Plans to close West Leeds Country Park Visitor Centre in Pudsey Park should be stopped and council officers should work with councillors to improve...

West Leeds councillors attack ‘totally potty’ bowling green closure plans

Words: Richard Beecham Plans to close half of the bowling greens in the city have been described as “disappointing”, “nonsensical” and “potty” by west...

Councillor welcomes tree planting in Rodley, Farsley and Pudsey

Calverley & Farsley councillor Peter Carlill has welcomed the council’s tree planting programme across the city - and revealed three areas in Rodley, Farsley...

Farsley: Opposition grows to ‘blot on landscape’ communications mast plan

Plans for a 20-metre high 5G mobile phone and communications mast in Farsley have been met with local opposition Applicant Hutchison 3G Limited wants to...

Calverley Library to re-open for first time since March – Farsley to follow ‘soon’

Calverley Library is to re-open on Thursday for the first time since lockdown began in March - and it's hoped Farsley Library will follow...

Pudsey ‘racetrack’ needs permanent speed cameras – Peter Carlill

A Calverley & Farsley councillor has renewed called for a 'racetrack' West Leeds road to have 24-hour monitoring through fixed speed cameras. Cllr Peter Carlill...

Rodley geese shooting ‘not essential’ activity in lockdown, says councillor

Shooters carrying out an ongoing cull of geese in the Rodley and Calverley areas have been told by police to stop, a councillor has...

Pudsey church welcomes latest Little Free Library

A church in Pudsey has become the latest organisation to host a Little Free Library.  The cupboard-on-a-post was firmly cemented into the ground at...

Calls for stronger action on Calverley quad bikes

Calls are growing for tougher action from the police and land owners to tackle quad bikers accessing and damaging Calverley Woods. In recent weeks there...