Burley Village Community Association

February 27th, 2015 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Events | Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)

Burley Village Community Association Inaugural Annual General Meeting 7pm, Tuesday 3rd March 2015 Burley Greenhow Community Centre, Haddon Road (Immediately following the Burley Police PACT meeting which starts at 7pm) A new community Association is being formed in this area, membership will be free and open to all residents. The group will concentrate on the …
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Kirkstall Forum

May 30th, 2014 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Events | Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)

Kirkstall Forum Community Meeting   Thursday 5th June, 6.30pm Milford Sports Club, Beecroft Street, LS5 3AS   What’s happening in Kirkstall? Join your local Councillors to find out about… Policing & Crime Planning issues Environmental Services For more information or to suggest future agenda items contact Susan Skinner 0113 3367857 west.north.west@leeds.gov.uk Downloads Agenda Poster

Burley Community Forum

November 8th, 2013 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Events | Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)
Burley Forum

Burley Community Forum  Tuesday 19th November 2013 6.30pm – 8.30pm St Matthias Church Centre, St Matthias Street   The forum meeting will use the workshop format where you will have the opportunity to discuss each issue listed on the attached agenda in small groups.  Staff from Leeds City Council Environmental Services and Planning as well …
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Kirkstall Forum – Tuesday 12th March

March 6th, 2013 | Posted by Jenny.Budd in Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)

Dear Readers, The next Kirkstall Forum will be held on Tuesday 12th March 2013, 6.30pm – 8.30pm at Milford Sports Club. The forum meeting will continue the use of the workshop format where attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the agenda items in small groups; confirmed for attendance are representatives from Environmental Services, West …
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Road-Sign

Every wondered which electoral ward you live in? And which housing authority you come under? And who is your MP? Even if you just want to report a crime, which police team will it get assigned to? Sadly, most local residents don’t know the answer to these questions, but its not really that surprising. Its …
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PCC Elections – analysis by Tom Martin

November 6th, 2012 | Posted by Jenny.Budd in Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)
PCC Elections

consider myself a politically aware person. I’ve studied the subject in some form at both college and university, I spend a lot of time at work dealing with local politics, I’m oddly enthusiastic about local elections, I’ve been a member of a political party – hell, I’ve even stood for election as a local councillor …
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As some of you will already know, after the introduction of a new team we decided to carry on with the Kirkstall Matters Magazine in its recent format for the last issue of the year. Those of you who are members will be receiving your copies posted through your doors over the next week but …
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Burley Forum

October 24th, 2012 | Posted by Steve.Harris in Local Issues | Our Community | Policing - (Comments Off)
Burley back2backs from Armley

30th October 2012, 7pm to 9pm St Matthias Church Hall, St Matthias Street This forum meeting will use a new format where you will have the opportunity to discuss each of the issues listed in the agenda enclosed in small groups.  Staff from Leeds City Council Environmental Services and Parks and Countryside as well as …
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Police and Communities Meetings

July 4th, 2011 | Posted by Simon Dawson in Policing - (Comments Off)

Every six weeks, local community police officers hold meetings to meet and talk with local residents in Kirkstall and Burley, highlighting concerns that affect the local area. If you want to make the area better, and have issues that you would like the police to address, its important that you come along.   Police and …
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Householders in West Yorkshire are exposing themselves to crime because of the type of locks used in their doors. Police in North West Leeds have issued an appeal for householders to get their uPVC door locks checked and replaced with bump and snap secure Euro Cylinder locks. This follows an increase in break-ins, where vulnerable …
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