TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING AND PARKING) ORDER 2023 – Golden Acre Park, 28 & 29th October 2023

LEEDS CITY COUNCIL
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)
LEEDS ROAD, BRAMHOPE (SCOUTS EVENT)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF WAITING AND PARKING) ORDER 2023
WHEREAS the Leeds City Council (hereinafter referred to as the Council) being the traffic authority
for the above mentioned highways in the Leeds Metropolitan District is satisfied that use of the said
highway should be restricted because of the likelihood of danger arising to the public due to the
holding of the Scouts Event at Golden Acre Park.
NOW THEREFORE the Council in exercise of its powers under Section 14 of the Road Traffic
Regulation Act 1984 as amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions) Act 1991 and all other
enabling powers, hereby makes the following Order:
No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to wait or park in the following locations at any time when
coning is in place:
1. Leeds Road, Bramhope, for a distance of 80m on the left-hand side (northbound) from the
termination of the double yellow lines 150m north of the car park entrance to Golden Acre
Park.
The Order is intended to operate:
1. On Saturday 28 October 2023 and Sunday 29 October 2023 between 08:00 hours and 17:00
hours
The Order and may be cited as the Leeds City Council (Leeds Road, Bramhope (Scouts Event))
(Temporary Prohibition of Waiting and Parking) Order 2023.
THE COMMON SEAL of
LEEDS CITY COUNCIL

WalkSafe app pilot in Leeds

Last week saw the launch of the WalkSafe app pilot in Leeds. LCC encourage you to download it for yourselves and spread the word amongst your families, friends and networks.
This app allows your trusted nominees to see where you are and when, it can alert them if you do not arrive home when you are expected to, direct you to safe places and venues and it can even share recent crime statistics with you so that you can make informed choices about where to go. The app is free and can be used 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The attached flyer contains the QR code to enable you to download the app.
Although the original concept was born from a desire to reduce violence against women and girls, the app is for everyone – whether you are travelling to and from work during anti-social hours, visiting a strange area or are a student new to the city – the app provides reassurance for the individual concerned and also their friends and family.

2023 Heritage Open Days

2023 Heritage Open Days – Leeds Heritage Open Days are taking place this week. The Bramhope Puritan Chapel (located next to the Britannia Hotel on Leeds Road, will be open this coming Sunday.
Take a look around this 1649 Grade I listed chapel, a
rare example of a church built specifically for Puritan
worship. The Chapel will be open between 13:30-16:30
The Puritan Chapel Leeds Road Bramhope, LS16 9JJ
In addition the Methodist Church and St Giles Churches will also be open on Sunday afternoon. More details can be found https://leedscivictrust.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2023/08/Confirmed-events-HODs-2023.pdf

The Miller Homes Community Fund

The Miller Homes Community Fund is an exciting initiative that gives you the chance to apply for a donation towards improving your community.

Donations from the fund can be used in a variety of ways to meet the needs and aspirations of people in the area where you live.

Groups can apply for a donation ranging between a minimum of £250 up to a maximum of £2,000 to help enhance the lives of individuals and the areas in which they live.

Our fund will focus on causes that:

  • are linked to education
  • promote wellbeing
  • promote the environment
  • encourage participation in sport

We have a team of employee volunteers known as Community Ambassadors who are local to your area, they will review applications and make awards twice a year.

However, please note that we are unable to approve all applications. Before completing your application ensure you have read the terms and conditions.

The next funding round for applications opens on Wednesday 13th September and closes on Wednesday 25th October 2023. Successful applicants will be notified in November.

Miller Homes Community Fund | Improve Your Community

Police and Communities Together (PACT) meeting – 9th October 2023

A Police and Communities Together (PACT) meeting has been arranged for the above areas, at the following time and location:

09/10/2023 18:00-19:00 at Pool Village Hall, Arthington Lane, LS211LG.

 

This is an opportunity for residents of Bramhope, Pool & Arthington to speak with their local Policing teams and assist us in setting our priorities, by telling us about the issues affecting your neighbourhood.

Black Hill Rd Closure

Black Hill Rd Closure

Black Hill Rd in Arthington is closing on 4th September morning for approximately five weeks to allow extensive drainage improvements along the carriageway. Contractors will be installing new gully pots and connecting them to the existing highway drain in the grass verge. This should help reduce the amount of surface water flowing down the highway at this location.

Once the drainage works have completed, the road will also be resurfaced.

As Black Hill Rd is very narrow, the road will be closed 24/7 until the works are completed. There is a signed diversion along Arthington Lane, Pool Bank New Rd, Leeds Rd, Kings Rd and Arthington Rd. Directly affected residents should have received a letter.

National Association of Local Councils (NALC) – Make a Change Campaign

The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) run the Make A Change  campaign. As part of the campaign, NALC will be hosting an online event with the Local Government Association (LGA)  on how interested members of the public can be the voice of the community by standing for election as a local councillor.

The empowering event on 14 November 2023 will discuss the path to becoming a local councillor and to positively impact the local area and society. The event will provide an invaluable opportunity to learn about the vital work and role of councillors from an expert panel. Councillors who have served at various local government levels will share their insights, experiences, and advice about the world of local leadership.

The event is free and booking and details can be found here: Claim your FREE place today!

Black Hill Road – Road Closure

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1) LEEDS CITY COUNCIL (BLACK HILL ROAD, ARTHINGTON, LEEDS) (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2023 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that because works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the under mentioned highway(s) for the installation of additional drainage and to reprofile/resurface carriageway.

Leeds City Council intends in not less than 7 days to make an Order the effect of which will be that: No person shall cause or permit any vehicle to travel along Black Hill Road, Arthington, Leeds in the Adel & Wharfedale Ward between its junctions with Black Arthington Lane and Arthington Road.

A diversionary route for vehicles affected by the closure will be available via: Arthington Lane, Arthington, Arthington Lane, Poole in Wharfdale, Pool Bank New Road, Leeds Road, Kings Road, Arthington Road, and vice-versa

Essential access to and from premises and for emergency vehicles will be maintained.

The Order is intended to come into operation on Monday 4th September 2023 and will remain in force for a maximum period of 18 months or until the works are completed if earlier.

The works are expected to be completed by Sunday 8th October 2023.

All communications with regard to this Notice should be addressed to streetworks.coordin@leeds.gov.uk for the attention of G Moate. Ref: RC300581

Community Climate Grants

FUNDING: Grant scheme launched to help community organisations deliver and scale climate-friendly projects.

More than half a million pounds has been made available to enable community projects in Leeds that cut carbon and improve neighbourhoods.

Incorporated voluntary, community, and social enterprise organisations can now apply for between £5,000 and £50,000 to fund local projects that boost nature, sustainable travel, building efficiency, or clean energy in Leeds whilst tackling inequalities.

Applications for the first wave of ‘Community Climate Grants’ funding must be submitted to Leeds City Council by 20 October.

Find out more about the new funding for local projects.