Archive for Month: July 2013

  • Parking policies are an ‘attack on the motorist’

    The Council’s plans to charge for city centre parking and introduce fees for residents’ parking permits across Leeds are ill-thought out policies that should be scrapped immediately. They are an ‘attack’ on car owners, and will affect businesses in the city centre, and penalise residents who want to park outside their own properties. The proposed…

  • POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT SITE – MOSELEY WOOD BOTTOM

    Residents have been raising the issue of flooding and drainage concerns over this potential development site.  I took this issue up with Network Rail  to ask if they have any potential concerns. Set out below are two responses I have received:  Response 1  We do have current concerns about flooding risk to the track from…