Category: Environment

  • LATEST LEEDS CLIMATE NEWSLETTER

    Set out below is the content and links in the latest Leeds Climate Newsletter: Welcome back to the #LeedsClimate newsletter from Leeds City Council’s Climate Emergency and Air Quality Team. We hope you are keeping safe and well. In this edition of the newsletter—which marks World Environment Day—we’re highlighting all of the work that has…

  • HOLT LANE – CONSULTATION ON GREENWAY

    You may remember a few years ago I consulted with residents about making Holt Lane, from the junction with Holt Road to the junction with Cookridge Lane (effectively the part that runs parallel to the golf course), into a “Greenway” for pedestrians and cyclists only and residents access to the houses on Holt Lane itself.…

  • FAQ update Environmental issues – Leeds City Council

    Please find below Frequently Asked Questions information which  focuses on environmental issues. Context for decisions On 23rd March, the Government announced people could no longer leave their homes unless it fell into one of the following four categories: (a) for medical reasons, (b) for essential shopping, (c) to travel to work if unable to work…

  • BROWN BINS AND RECYCLING CENTRES UPDATE

    Please find below the latest update on the brown bin service, the opening of Ellar Ghyll site and performance of the household waste sites in general. Recycling Centres Update In the first 2 weeks of reopening over 30,000 bookings have been made! Feedback has been really good; most importantly customers are feeling safe, as well…

  • Moseley Wood Development

    See latest response from Taylor Wimpey as a result of recent issues raised by local residents: “[The Site Manager] has spoken to the contractors entering site to remind them of the importance of the travel routes and to be responsible when they are entering and leaving the development.  We do understand the frustrations of local…

  • LATEST COUNCIL ENVIRONMENTAL UPDATE

    See latest Environmental update below. I was hoping to have more details on any changes of days for Brown Bin collections, including those areas that are to get Brown Bins for the first time and also the change of collections days for the Holtdales and the introduction of Green bins to the estate. This has…

  • EMPTYING OF LITTER BINS IN BRAMHOPE

    I received a complaint yesterday about the state of some of the litter bins in Bramhope. I took this up with Street Cleansing and the reply/update is set out below. “Dear Cllr Anderson Thank you for your E-mail. I have however requested that the bins in Bramhope be checked this week and emptied and Re…

  • COVID-19 Update – 8 May 2020 – HOUSEHOLD WASTE RECYCLING SITES REOPENING

    I have been sent the information below. “As promised in the earlier update, here is the detailed plan for the safe opening of our HWRCs. We anticipate that the booking system will go live on the website today and we anticipate high demand. Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) – summary of plans to re-open Current…

  • UPDATE ON POTENTIAL REOPENING OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE SITES

    Please find below an update on the Household Waste Sites: “An update on the potential reopening of Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) has been provided by Leeds City Council today. The council is aiming to reopen its main HWRCs next week. This is subject to further details this week from the government regarding which…

  • BOTTLE BANKS – OLD LANE, BRAMHOPE

    Further to residents advising that the bottle banks on Old Lane were overflowing, I received confirmation of the following: “I can confirm that collection did take place as scheduled and that the next collection will take place on Friday May 1st.” In this respect I can also confirm that any colour of glass can now…