Archive for Month: September 2012

  • NOISE NUISANCE – NEW PATROLS

    I welcome the news that the Council is investing in new vehicles to tackle anti social noise outside of normal working hours. The £31,000 investment in two brand new vehicles that will be branded and used to deal with noise nuisance and other customer complaints will be used on a city wide basis, staffed 24…

  • COOKRIDGE FIRE STATION – PROPOSED CLOSURE – UPDATE

    I’ve now been sent the following information as a result of a recent meeting of the Fire Authority:  1. The consultation period is between now and 30 November.  2. No final decision will be taken before the outcome of consultation is reported back to the Fire Authority on 21 December.  3. A special Hotline is…

  • POOL BANK NEW ROAD – VERGE CUTTING

    I was recently asked by a resident to try and get the verges from Avenue des Hirondelles down to Pool Bank Court cut back, in particular to enable people to walk down from the ginnel at Willow Court to the bus stop. Set out below is the update from Continental, who are the contractors responsible…

  • PROPOSALS FOR THE FUTURE OF COOKRIDGE FIRE STATION

    I have received a press release to advise that West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Authority have put forward the following proposal for the Cookridge area:  Merge Cookridge and Moortown at a one-appliance station between the two  If you would like to see fuller details on this proposal you will need to click on the following…

  • CHANGES TO SPEED LIMITS – A660 (LAWNSWOOD ROUNDABOUT THROUGH TO DYNELEY ARMS TRAFFIC LIGHTS

    I have been informed that the Council has issued an Order proposing to change or maintain the speed limits on Otley Road as specified below: 30MPH speed limit A660 Otley Road from New Adel Lane to Kingsley Drive – reduction from 40mph. There will be no repeater signs as the street lighting will indicate 30mph…

  • HOLT AVENUE PLANNING APPLICATION – DAVID WILSON HOMES

    I refer to previous website entries and I can confirm that I met representatives from David Wilson Homes on site last week with the Leeds City Council planner and Dr. Barrie Hopson, Chairman of the Adel Association. As a result of this meeting the developer confirmed they had constructed 3 sample walls to demonstrate the…