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Current and planned consultations


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Consultation run by: Parks and Countryside, City Development

Brookfield Recreation Ground WW1 Commemorative Planting

External funding has been sourced by the Calverley & Farsley Councillors and Calverley Project 2000 in association with LCC's Parks and Countryside and Planning Services to create tree avenues, meadow areas, and 2 stone memorials within Brookfield Recreation ground in commemoration of the centenary of WW1 and to further acknowledge the soldiers from Calverley & Farsley who gave their lives serving their country during this conflict.

Appended is a plan of these proposals. We welcome your comments on this scheme. Comments can be made by emailing: parks@leeds.gov.uk or in writing at: Parks and Countryside, Farnley Hall, Farnley, Leeds LS12 5HA

Area: Calverley and Farsley, Outer West
Started 16 Apr 2014
Ends 30 Apr 2014
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Brookfield Recreation Ground WW1 Commemorative Planting Project Plan 324 Kb 46 seconds pdf



Consultation run by: Parks and Countryside, City Development

Hirst Park, Morley Improvements

Funding has been identified by the Morley South Ward Councillors in association with Leeds City Council’s Parks and Countryside and Planning Services to improve Hirst Park, off South Queen street, Morley.  Please find below a plan of the proposed improvements. We would appreciate your comments on these proposals. Comments on the proposals can be made by emai: parks@leeds.gov.uk or by letter: Parks & Countryside, Franley Hall, Leeds LS12 5HA

Area: Morley South, Outer South
Started 16 Apr 2014
Ends 30 Apr 2014
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Hirst Park Improvements Plan 318 Kb 45 seconds pdf



Consultation run by: Legal, Licensing and Registration

Hackney Carriage Proprietors Appropriate Suitability Assessment

The Council has in place an approved policy for dealing with the transfer of Hackney carriage proprietor (HCP) licences which applies a suitability requirement in respect of a DBS convictions check and an English language comprehension assessment.
 
Representations have been made by the Hackney carriage trade that the English comprehension requirement should be removed on the basis that when a proprietor dies, the widow could be excluded from taking over the proprietorship because of a lack of English language skills. 
 
The legal consequence of removing this is that it may effectively remove the English language requirement in other significant parts of the licensing function. The scope of any such change would have to apply significantly beyond the trades request and apply to all HCPs. www.leeds.gov.uk/taxiconsultation
 
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Started 13 Mar 2014
Ends 17 Apr 2014
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Licensing Committee Report 60 Kb 8 seconds pdf



Consultation run by: Legal, Licensing and Registration

Taxi & Private Hire Licensing: 3 year driver licences

Private hire and Hackney carriage driver licences can be granted on an annual basis or to a maximum of three years.  The Section now has a licensing system in place which is capable of granting three year licences and representations have been made by some members of the trade to introduce such a policy to support these. 
 
A proposed policy has been drafted and is included within the body of the report presented to the Licensing Committee on 11th March 2014. It is this proposed policy that we are consulting upon.
 
 
Area: Leeds
Started 13 Mar 2014
Ends 17 Apr 2014
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Licensing Committee Report 175 Kb 25 seconds pdf



Consultation run by: Highways and Transportation, City Development

Signalisation of Horsforth and Rodley Roundabouts

Leeds City Council has obtained ‘Pinch Point’ funding from the Department for Transport in order to improve Rodley Roundabout at the junction of A657 Rodley Lane and A6120 Ring Road Farsley.

Work is due to start in August 2014, and are to be undertaken at the same time as planned improvement works to Horsforth Roundabout at the junction of A65 Rawdon Road and A6120 Broadway. Both locations will see the replacement of the existing roundabout arrangement with a signalised gyratory, together with associated pedestrian, cycling and public transport improvements where appropriate.

Please see the attached plan, HDC-716709-CON-01.pdf, to view the draft proposals. Please visit www.leeds.gov.uk/horsforth and www.leeds.gov.uk/rodley for further information.

Area: Calverley and Farsley, Horsforth
Started 07 Mar 2014
Ends 30 Apr 2014
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HDC-716709-CON-01 2281 Kb 325 seconds pdf

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