- Advertisement -spot_imgspot_imgspot_img
10.6 C
Bradford
Wednesday, February 28, 2024
- Advertisement -spot_img

TAG

Leeds Council

A former council office, which has been empty since the Covid pandemic, is likely to be converted into a new seven-bed residential home

A former council office, which has been empty since the Covid pandemic, is likely to be converted into a new seven-bed residential home.Leeds Council’s...

Two child safeguarding cases in Leeds escalated to national panel

Two serious safeguarding cases relating to children in Leeds have been referred to a national panel in the last six months.The cases, each of...

Leeds City Council’s leader express ‘frustration’ over delay in bringing high-speed trains to West Yorkshire

The leader of Leeds City Council has again hit out at the government for delays in bringing HS2 trains to West Yorkshire.James Lewis said...

Enquiry to be conducted over easy access to underage vaping.

A potential enquiry into how easily children and young people in Leeds are able to access e-cigarettes may begin later this year. It comes amid...

Coffee shop given permission to host wine tasters and martini making

The owner of a new Guiseley coffee shop says he’s “thrilled” after being given the go-ahead to host wine tasters and martini-making sessions.Muthadi Anwaar...

Councillor ‘ecstatic’ after booze application rejected

A local councillor has said she’s “ecstatic” after a food store was denied an alcohol licence amid fears about Harehills’ street-drinking culture.Salma Arif said...

Councillor pays tribute to Alwoodley community spirit as he stands down

A north Leeds Conservative councillor has paid tribute to his community’s spirit, as he prepares to stand down after nearly a decade of service.Councillor...

Road chiefs accused of being ‘pedantic’ in Coronation street party row

Highways chiefs have been criticised for refusing to close a road to allow for a street party over the Coronation weekend.Residents on Adel Lane,...

Leaked list shows six Leeds bus services could be axed by First

Six Leeds bus services, including routes serving St James’ Hospital, Morley and Bramley, could be axed in April by the operator First.The numbers 87,...

PSPOs for nuisance bikers welcomed

Nuisance motorbike-riders and engine revvers who’ve been plaguing Leeds residents with late-night noise will soon be hit with fines of up to £100.Leeds City...

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img