Temporary Closure Order Undesignated Footpath – Bramhope School

The following notification has been received from Leeds City Council in relation to the footpath that crosses Bramhope Primary School grounds.

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

(NON-DEFINITIVE FOOTPATH AT BRAMHOPE PRIMARY SCHOOL)

(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF USE) ORDER 2022

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that because development works are being executed on or near the under mentioned highways,  Leeds City Council has today made an Order the effect of which is that:

No person shall proceed along the non-definitive footpath, that runs that runs through the site of Bramhope Primary School, Tredgold Crescent Leeds 16

 

A diversionary route for pedestrians affected by the closure will be available via:  Breary Rise, Breary Lane, and Tredgold Crescent.

 

The Order shall commence on Thursday 5 May 2022 and will remain in force for a maximum period of 6 months or until the works are completed if earlier.

 

The works are expected to be completed by 30 September 2022

 

All communications with regard to this Notice should be addressed to All communications with regard to this Notice should be addressed to PROW@leeds.gov.uk ref: TC10022 or site contact: Tim Holdroyd Tel: (07595 653934).

 

Dated this 12  day of May 2022

Leeds City Council

Civic Hall

LEEDS

LS1 1UR

Update on proposed highways works in relation to the Bramhope Primary School expansion.

Update to original post dated 05/05/2022

The following four amendments have been made to the proposed highways works in conjunction with the Primary School expansion.

* Longer single yellows at the head of the ginnel by Wynmore Avenue, including dropped kerb crossing with tactile paving.

* Single yellows instead of doubles outside properties 17, 19 & 21 Tredgold Crescent. The waiting restrictions will be during school’s drop-off and pick-up hours, hence outside of these hours residents will be able to park on-street, along with their visitors.

* Double yellows at the junction of Breary Rise / Breary Lane.

* An additional speed hump to the east of Breary Lane / Parklands Gate junction as requested at plans panel.

Posted 5th May 2022

The Parish Council have received information relating to the off-site highway works in relation to the Bramhope Primary School expansion, following discussions at the meeting of the South and West Plans panel held on 17th March 2022.
There was a request to provide an additional speed hump to the east of Breary Lane / Parklands Gate junction, which we have now explored as shown in the drawing attached. The delivery of the highway works has been confirmed by condition 13 of the decision notice:
Prior to first occupation, full details of a package of off-site highway works to facilitate safe pedestrian and vehicle access to and from the development including details of:
A School Street Order to prohibit access other than to exempted vehicles during dropoff and pick-up times on Breary Rise. Existing residents will still be able to access and park on Breary Rise.
Additional raised plateau between the junctions of Breary Rise and Parklands Gate
Introduction of No Waiting at Any Time Orders (double-yellow lines) to prohibit car parking around and adjacent to local junctions.
Introduction of Limited Waiting Times (single-yellow line) on Tredgold Avenue and Tredgold Crescent. Widen existing traffic islands on Leeds Road to 2m.
Provide informal crossing points with dropped kerbs and tactile pavements on the approaches to the school. shall be submitted to and approved in writing by the Local Planning  Authority together with a timetable for implementation. The approved off-site highway works shall be implemented prior to first occupation or in accordance with a phasing programme and retained thereafter. In the interests of highway safety.
Further consultations will be undertaken with LCC Ward Councillors when the scheme progresses to detailed design and road safety auditing.

The Parish Council have asked for the two  issues below to be taken up with LCC Officers and are awaiting a response.

1. A request for the introduction of single yellow lines as well as the dropped kerbs on Wynmore Ave, by the ginnel to Meadow End. The parish council was previously told a single yellow line at this location was acceptable. There is evidence of regular parking at this location blocking the entrance to the ginnel or making it difficult to use the ginnel,
especially for anyone with a pushchair/wheelchair. Single yellow lines would serve to stop this parking.

2. The use of single yellow lines (rather than the proposed double yellow lines) on the road outside numbers 17, 19 & 21 Tregold Crescent. The residents at these three dwellings have objected to the use of double yellow lines at this location. Single yellow lines would
adequately serve to stop parking at school drop off and collection times.

Annual Parish Meeting – 4th May 2022

Bramhope & Carlton Parish Council will be holding the Annual Parish Meeting on
Wednesday 4th May 2022 at Bramhope Village Hall, Old Lane, Bramhope.
Doors open 7.00 pm for drinks and nibbles
Meeting begins at 7.30 pm prompt.
All residents of Bramhope and Carlton are welcome
It is your opportunity to find out about completed and planned projects in the Parish and to speak to the Parish Councillors.
A brief formal session will include:
• Parish Council finances
• A review of Parish Council activities in the last 12 months
• Projects for 2022/23
• Parish Council annual charity and Platinum Jubilee Events
• Bramhope & Carlton Parish Council Honorary Citizen Award 2022 presentation
Parish Councillors will be on hand to answer your questions.
There will be displays on Parish Matters and from local organisations including
Bramhope in Bloom, Bramhope Festival
The Neighbourhood Policing Team,
Carers Leeds, Dementia Friends Bramhope
Bramhope Bowls Club, Bramhope Tennis Club

Crime Reporting

Outer North West area policing team have highlighted that residents can report things to the police more easily and without having to wait to get through on the 101 number by reporting it via the website. https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/report-it
If a crime is in the process of being committed or there is an emergency, you must always call 999.
For noise nuisance, this does not fall to the police, but to the Council, a link to making a noise complaint is below:
You can also contact the noise nuisance team out of hours from 17:00 – 03:30 hours via telephone on 0113 376 0337
In respect of anti-social behaviour the Police advised that this falls between the police and LASBT (Leeds Anti-Social Behaviour Team), depending on the nature and longevity of the problem. Again it needs to be reported at the time to enable a log to be created and, if necessary, resources despatched.

Road Closure – Armley Gyratory Friday 8th April to Monday 11th April

From 8pm Friday 8 April until 5:30am Monday 11 April, Armley Gyratory will be fully closed to vehicles. Full diversion routes will be in place during this time and local people will be contacted about how they’re affected.
These highways enabling works mark phase one of construction taking place this year on Armley Gyratory. On Monday 11 April the road will fully re-open with 30mph speed limits, narrower lanes, and other traffic management measures in place which will allow the main improvements to be carried out safely.
To prepare for this closure and subsequent works, Leeds visitors, workers and residents are being urged to plan ahead (search ‘Plan Ahead Leeds’ or visit www.leeds.gov.uk/planahead) before travelling, and to sign up for regular email updates or follow Connecting Leeds on social media. There will also be highways and diversion signage, with targeted communications in affected areas.
Over the closure weekend (8 – 11 April) people travelling into the city centre are strongly recommended to use public transport or park and ride sites.
Further details can be found on the website www.leeds.gov.uk/ArmleyGyratory

Bramhope in Bloom Coffee Morning – 9th April 2022

Bramhope in Bloom will be holding a coffee morning on 9th April between 10am and 12 noon at Bramhope Village Hall, Old Lane, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 9AZ.
The coffee morning is free of charge with free drinks and cakes.
There will be a ‘Name the Bunny’ competition for younger visitors. There will also be a raffle in aid of Carers Leeds, which is Bramhope & Carlton Parish Council’s annual charity for 2022/23. The raffle will be drawn at the Parish Councils Annual Parish Meeting on 4th May 2022.
Bramhope in Bloom have kindly donated a prize worth £50 for the raffle.
All are welcome.

Brown Bin collection service 2022

Leeds City Council’s garden waste (brown bin) collection service for 2022 will start week commencing 14th March.
The councils “check your bin day” page has been updated. https://www.leeds.gov.uk/…/bins-and…/check-your-bin-day
The best way for residents to keep up to date and to automatically receive reminders about all their bin days is to download the popular Leeds Bins app.
Discounted composting bins for Leeds’ residents can be obtained from local suppliers Great Green Systems: https://www.greatgreensystems.com/council-offers
Any excess garden waste can be disposed of for free at any of the Council’s eight Household Waste and Recycling Centres, all of which are open all year round, 7 days a week.