Metric Property have confirmed that a planning application has been submitted to Leeds City Council for the site known as the Former BHS site, Kirkstall. The scheme will provide for a mix of shops, restaurants, on site car parking, cycle parking and new access arrangements to the site. The application follows extensive public consultation which was …
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Many of you have been able to go to the recent public consultations for the Metric BHS proposals, and for those of you who haven’t we’ve been able, Metric have kindly supplied us with a copy of the wall boards detailing the proposals, and a feedback form for your comments. The plans for the proposal …
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Tesco To Hold Public Exhibition On Kirkstall Proposals

June 28th, 2011 | Posted by Simon Dawson in Local Issues - (Comments Off)

Tesco is holding a public exhibition on its plans for a new district centre for Kirkstall including a new supermarket and other community facilities. The event is being held at the Leeds Postal Sports Association Club off Commercial Road and Beecroft Street in Kirkstall from 2-7pm on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th July. Tesco will …
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Public Exhibition For Redevelopment of the BHS site

June 28th, 2011 | Posted by Simon Dawson in Local Issues - (Comments Off)

Plans are being developed to redevelop the existing BHS store on Bridge road, Kirkstall to provide a high quality modern development of shops and restaurants together with improved car parking. Local residents are invited to attend a public exhibition to view redevelopment plans for Kirkstall Bridge. The consultation will take place at the Milford Club, …
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A few weeks ago we reported on the future of the Kirkstall District Centre site and Tesco’s proposals for it, and I thought I’d give you an update on where things are so far. Currently Tesco are in contact with the Kirkstall Valley Community Association and other local groups, who are helping to voice residents …
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Local Elections and Referendum

April 16th, 2011 | Posted by Simon Dawson in Events | Local Issues | Our Community - (Comments Off)

On 5th May the local elections are happening in Kirkstall ward – this is where you can elect a local Councillor to represent the views of Kirkstall residents on a city-wide basis, and undertake case work to act on behalf of local residents. The nominated candidates are (as listed by the Leeds City Council statement): John Illingworth …
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Tesco has confirmed that in the next few months it will be consulting on proposals for a new supermarket and other community facilities in Kirkstall. The proposals could include a Tesco store, community buildings, new shops and a public square.  This investment would regenerate the currently derelict land at the junction of Kirkstall Lane and …
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Dedicated Leeds Met volunteers working together with Aire Action Leeds have won a bid to complete regeneration work along the canal at Kirkstall Brewery. Community Action @ Leeds Met (CALM) together with our Community Partnerships & Volunteering team and Aire Action Leeds are delighted to have won a bid for over £3000 to complete the …
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You may notice that the front page of Kirkstall Online has a new look to celebrate 10 years in existence. Some pages will still look the same as before but the new front page allows more options to interact with Kirkstall Online like commenting on posts, tweeting our articles, “liking” things on facebook and emailing …
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A65 Quality Bus Scheme

May 22nd, 2010 | Posted by Matthew Guy in Local Issues - (Comments Off)

Two public exhibitions are to be held, one at each end of the scheme, where residents and businesses are invited to attend to view the plans and ask questions about the construction. The dates and venues are: Tuesday 25th May 2010 between 3.00 pm and 8.00 pm at the Milford Social Club on Beecroft Street, …
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