Archive for Month: June 2020

  • Investment in the Holt Park Hub – Holt Park Library

    You may be interested in the information in the links below which is about the new Hub being developed at Holt Park Library. In summary: “The work includes new customer service areas, new reception counter, a new enquiry room, 2 enquiry booths, reconfigured library provision, new staff office with kitchen/break out space and new public/self-service…

  • LATEST SINGLE ISSUE COVID UPDATES GOV.UK

    See latest Single Issue Covid updates from Gov.uk, including MOT Testing as mandatory from August. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Coronavirus and shielding of clinically extremely vulnerable people in England: 9 June to 18 June 202 Page summary Information about individuals that are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable to coronavirus in England. How has their health condition, healthcare and mental…

  • LATEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION COVID UPDATE

    Please find below the latest Covid update from the Local Government Association: “Dear Colleague, Local outbreak planning We know that councils will want to build on their experience of responding to the pandemic to date in order to strengthen any future responses. We want to ensure that councils are in the best position possible to…

  • Precis of latest Council Economic Briefing

    Set out below is a precis of the latest Economic Briefing on the Leeds economy.  “Purpose of Report This briefing note provides an update on the Leeds economy during the course of this week, including policy announcements from Government, work undertaken by Leeds City Council and an analysis of business and sector information across the…

  • COVID-19 Update from Leeds City Council – 29th June

    See latest update below: “Last week, once again, we saw a considerable amount of new and updated guidance following the Government’s announcement of easing of lockdown restrictions from 4 July and new advice for shielding individuals from 6 July. Links to relevant guidance documents are included in this briefing. The scenes we have seen recently…

  • KINGS ROAD ROUNDABOUT, BRAMHOPE – EXTENDED NIGHT WORKING

    I have received the update below: “Following last week’s night working, we will need to continue the night working this week as well (weather permitting). This is again at the Kings Road roundabout. Letters to residents have been sent out to inform of the extension. Kind regards, Engineer Civil Engineering (Highway Schemes) Leeds City Council”

  • LATEST SINGLE ISSUE COVID UPDATES FROM GOV.UK

    See latest single issue Covid updates from Gov.uk, below. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Coronavirus and the social impacts on Great Britain: 26 June 2020 Page summary Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey covering the period 18 June to 21 June 2020 to understand the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on people, households and communities in…

  • TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE – HOLT LANE, ADEL

    The Council has sent me the information below. click on the link below to see the detail. ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14(1) ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991 LEEDS CITY COUNCIL (HOLT LANE, ADEL LEEDS) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) NOTICE 2020 Please see Notice published in respect of the above at https://one.network/?tm=117432059 All communications…

  • Latest crime figures ADEL & WHARFEDALE WARD – 18th to 28th June 2020

    Please find below the latest crime figures from the police. BURGLARY Bramhope – 18th June around 13.30 on Kings Road. Unknown suspects have broken into 2 outbuildings by snapping the locks – nothing has been stolen but an amount of damage has been caused. THEFT OF BIKE Adel – 28th June during the day on…

  • UK recycling dumped by Turkish roadside – BBC News

    Some of you may have seen a programme on the BBC about recycling. If not a link to the programme is attached: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/uk-53181948/why-is-uk-recycling-being-dumped-by-turkish-roadsides Set out below is the response from the Chief Officer at the Council in terms of the Council policies etc. “The BBC article makes clear this is about waste that’s been poorly…