The latest figures for potential housing sites published by Leeds and Bradford suggest that the consequences for Wharfedale could be significant. An article on the Wharfedale Observer website highlights the latest figures for Ilkley, BenRhydding, Addingham, Burley and Menston: Continue reading
Residents of Leeds will be asked for their views on the future of housing, retail and greenspace in the city when a new consultation starts next week.
As part of planning for anticipated population changes and the homes, jobs, education and investment needed across the city and alongside the ambitions for regeneration growth and infrastructure, Leeds City Council is launching the ‘Your city. Your say’ consultation on Monday 3 June 2013. Continue reading
For e-news broadband is a subject that attracts regular attention, unfortunately, our Editor can only cope with the basics. If you are interested in an improved service please read on, and ideally provide us with some informed advice:
‘Welcome to the Rural Vulnerability Service – a new initiative from the Rural Services Network in association with Calor. The vulnerability service aims to disseminate information about three key rural issues: fuel poverty, broadband and rural transport.’
Click on for this posting that focuses on broadband.
Today ( 30th May), new permitted development rights come into force across the country allowing home owners and businesses/ developers greater freedoms to extend and change their premises without the need for planning permission. Continue reading
On Tuesday 28th May the North Yorkshire County Council Executive approved the recommendation to submit a bid to the NYLTB for funding the double-tracking of the 10km of railway line between Knaresborough and Cattal. Total value of bid £12.5m. (NYLTB = North Yorkshire Local Transport Body) Continue reading
The latest issue is now online, we look forward to your comments. We will welcome your reports on the meeting on Wednesday 5 June for proposals for Ideas and Options for Housing Development in Pool in Wharfedale. Could be lively.
Anyone taking advantage of the upcoming holiday weekend to do DIY or have a clear out can continue to recycle their waste as the city’s recycling sites will be open. Continue reading