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Consultation run by: Environment & Housing - Parks & Countryside

Magpie Lane Play Area Refurbishment 2015


Leeds City Council have secured funding to improve the play facilities at Magpie Lane, Morley. We would welcome your views on the project and comments on the design possibilities.

Your views will help us determine the type of play provision and equipment local residents would like to see included in the play area.

Share your views by clicking on the button on the right. Comments can also be made by emailing parks@leeds.gov.uk or writing to us at Parks and Countryside, Farnley Hall, Hall Lane, Farnley, Leeds, LS12 5HA.

Area: Morley South, Outer South
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Started 24 Apr 2015
Ends 06 Jun 2015
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Consultation run by: Citizens & Communities - Licensing & Registration Services

Gambling Act 2005 Statement of Licensing Policy 2015


Leeds City Council is a licensing authority under the Gambling Act 2005.  This means that the Council has the responsibility for gambling premises licences and various permits with respect to gambling activities in the area.

Under the Act, each licensing authority is required to develop, consult on and publish a statement of its licensing principles, and then review, revise and publish that policy every three years.

We are open to the views of residents and organisations working in the Leeds area and any other interested parties.
Area: Leeds
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Started 14 Apr 2015
Ends 28 Jun 2015
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Consultation run by: Environment & Housing - Parks & Countryside

Consultation on the Enhancement of Greenspace at Middleton Park

Following the investment of £2 million by the Heritage Lottery Fund, Middleton Park has undergone a significant amount of change and development in recent years. By working in partnership with Wades Charity and the Friends of Middleton Park, the park has benefitted from the development of a new visitor center and bandstand along with improvements to paths, benches and interpretation.

At a meeting of Leeds City Council’s Executive Board in September 2014, a decision was taken to close Middleton Park Golf Course and to reintegrate the area of land into the Middleton Park estate. It was agreed that a full consultation event would be held on how the former golf course site could be laid out in the future and integrated into the current parkland. This consultation exercise is your opportunity to provide your comments and views on how the site could be developed in the future building on what has already been achieved. 

Area: Leeds
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Started 30 Mar 2015
Ends 15 May 2015

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