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Changes to Site Allocations Plan – LCC Drop In Session 19.02.18

Leeds City Council will hold a drop-in session to support the consultation on the changes to the Site Allocations Plan.

The details of the sessions are:

  • Monday 19th February 2018 from 2pm to 7pm, West Room, Civic Hall, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 1UR.

Residents are invited to attend the session to discuss the changes to the Site Allocations Plan which are currently under consultation, with the deadline for submitting comments being 5pm on 26th February 2018.

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Charges for inert waste, plasterboard and tyres at Household Waste Recycling Sites

Following a decision made by Leeds City Council’s ruling authority, charges will come into effect for the disposal of certain types of waste at household waste recycling sites across the city from Monday 5th February 2018.

An overview of some of the charges is given below:

  • The price for up to one 25 litre bag or equivalent of soil/rubble will be £2.60
  • The price of one 25 litre bag or equivalent of plasterboard will be £4.80
  • The price of one sheet of plasterboard up to 180 cm x 90 cm will be £3.00
  • The price of one tyre will be £1.50
  • All single items will be £2.60 each

Payments may be made by debit or credit card using a secure card payment machine. If a resident has not brought their card to site, they can phone a family member or friend from the site, who can then make the payment on their behalf over the phone.

To download the LCC “Your Guide to Waste Disposal Charges” document which includes the full matrix of charges, please click here.

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Save Parlington Action Group – Drop In Session, 07.02.18

The Save Parlington Action Group (SPAG) is holding a drop in session in Aberford to discuss the Site Allocations Plan consultation that is currently open (this is in addition to the session being held in Barwick-in-Elmet) – the details are:

Aberford Village Hall, Wednesday 7th February 2018, 3pm-7pm.

SPAG members encourage residents to attend to view the latest changes to the plans, and to ask questions regarding submitting comments to the consultation, the deadline for which is 5pm on 26th February 2018.

Click here to download the event poster (filename: SPAG Drop In Session Poster 07.02.18).

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Site Allocations Plan – Drop In Session hosted by Cllr Matthew Robinson and Cllr Ryan Stephenson, 01.02.18

Cllr Matthew Robinson and Cllr Ryan Stephenson are hosting a drop-in session to discuss the Site Allocations Plan and the amendments to it that are currently being consulted on as follows:

Thursday 1st February 2018, 3pm to 7.30pm, John Rylie House in Barwick-in-Elmet

Leeds City Council Planning Officers will be in attendance, as will members of the Save Parlington Action Group (SPAG).

Residents are encouraged to attend the session to ask any questions they may have for council officials, or to speak to SPAG members if they require advise regarding submitting responses to the consultation, the deadline for which is 5pm on 26th February 2018.

Please click here to download the event poster (filename: SAP Drop In Session Poster 01.02.18).

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Site Allocations Plan – Revised Submission Draft Plan – 6 week Consultation running to 5pm on 26th February 2018

Leeds City Council is running a six week consultation on the Site Allocations Plan’s Revised Submission Draft Plan, which will end at 5pm on 26th February 2018.

The consultation relates only to the Revised Submission Amendments and therefore only comments relating to these amendments will be considered. Any comments submitted should set out why you do or do not believe the Revised Submission Amendment is sound.

Comments that have already been submitted in respect of parts of the Site Allocations Plan which are not subject to a Revised Submission Amendment should not be made again.

Comments relating to the following matters will be considered to be duly made if received on or before 5pm on 26th February 2018:

  • Broad Location Methodology
  • Specific Broad Locations Proposed in the Plan (43 Green Belt sites are now proposed as Broad Locations).
  • Boundary Changes to a small number of specific sites as a result of the Broad Locations amendments
  • Phasing of sites
  • Soundness

The Revised Submission Amendments are in the SAP Schedule of Amendments which can be viewed by clicking here. Any comments submitted should be referenced to the specific amendment to which they relate, numbered #1 to #135 inclusive.

For full details on the Site Allocations Plan including the Revised Submission Amendments please click on the following link:  www.leeds.gov.uk/yourcity

Comments can be submitted using the online response form in the link above, or by emailing sap@leeds.gov.uk , or by writing to Leeds SAP Revised Submission Draft Consultation, Policy and Plans Group, The Leonardo Building, 2 Rossington Street, Leeds, LS2 8HD, by the deadline of 5pm on 26th February 2018.

 

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A64 Bramham to Askham Bar Roadworks – Jan 2018 onwards

The Parish Council has been informed that some roadworks will begin on the A64 week commencing 22.01.18 to improve the central reserve barrier from the A1(M) Braham and Askham Bar junctions.

The work will be be undertaken Monday to Friday nights between 20.00 hours and 06.00 hours and is expected to take 5 months.

A 40mph speed limit will be in operation at all times for the safety of road users.

For full details of the roadworks please download the notice from A-one+ by clicking here and selecting the file named “A64 Bramham to Askham Bar Central Reserve Barrier Renewal Roadworks – Jan 2018 onwards”.