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19 Dec 2022
Major delivery milestone for Morley Town Deal as the first spades hit the ground in Hembrigg and Dartmouth parks.
Work has started on the delivery of the first of six Morley Town Deal improvement projects.
The projects to redevelop Hembrigg Park and Dartmouth Park mark the first of many spade-in-the-ground milestones in delivering the Morley Town Deal plans.
16 Dec 2022
Leeds City Council increases Homes for Ukraine ‘thank you’ payment to £500 a month
To recognise the tremendous support that has been shown to Ukrainian guests over the past six months, Leeds City Council has today announced it will increase the Homes for Ukraine ‘thank you’ payment from £350 to £500 per month between December 2022 and March 2023.
15 Dec 2022
Consultation launches on Leeds City Council’s annual budget proposals
Public consultation on Leeds City Council’s annual budget proposals to deliver an estimated £69.8million savings in the next financial year has now begun.
12 Dec 2022
Local Plan Update consultation - Still time to have your say
The Local Plan Update consultation is coming to an end next Monday (19 December 2022) and Leeds City Council is encouraging residents and business to have their say.
09 Dec 2022
Scarlet Fever: Be vigilant, not alarmed say Leeds health leaders
Local health experts are reassuring Leeds residents that the public health risks from Scarlet Fever remain low, despite a higher number of cases already reported this winter.
06 Dec 2022
Leeds City Council set to reaffirm its commitment to mass transit in West Yorkshire
Senior councillors in Leeds are set to reaffirm their commitment to fully supporting the delivery of mass transit across West Yorkshire, as part of the council’s response to the West Yorkshire Combined Authority's Mass Transit Vision 2040 consultation.
06 Dec 2022
Leeds City Council Leader calls for ‘fundamental changes’ to council funding as budget details for 2023/24 announced
The Leader of Leeds City Council has called for “fundamental changes” as to how councils are funded after announcing budget proposals which require the delivery of £69.8million savings in the next financial year.