Further to previous post, please find below information received from Cllr Barry Anderson on the Initial Public Consultation in respect of the proposals for the Airport Link Road.
I am writing to provide you with details of the upcoming initial public consultation on the A65 – Airport – A658 Link Road.
The initial public consultation will run from Monday 23rd November 2015 to Sunday 24th January 2016. Improving surface access to the airport has been identified as a key need to support its future growth as well as tackling existing congestion and traffic issues in the local road network. This phase of public consultation seeks views on three options for improving access to the airport.
Details of the three proposed options for initial consideration, a map and supporting information can be seen at www.leeds.gov.uk/AirportLinkRoad. An online questionnaire will be made available on this page from Monday 23rd November, when the public consultation period begins. Comments can also be emailed to AirportLinkRoad@leeds.gov.uk.
As part of the consultation, public drop-in sessions will take place as follows:
- Leeds Civic Hall, Calverley Street, Leeds, LS1 1UR, Tuesday 24th November 3-8pm
- Horsforth Mechanics Institute, Town Street, Horsforth, LS18 5BL, Wednesday 25th November 1-4.30pm
- Horsforth St. Margaret’s Parish Centre, Church Lane, LS18 5LA, Friday 27th November 3-8pm
- Rawdon Greenacre Hall, New Road Side, LS19 6AS, Saturday 28th November 12noon – 3pm
Other local events are currently being arranged, and further details will be publicised once these are finalised. Continue reading
Police message received below from PC 5201 Ingham for information. Tonight there is a web chat, found by the below link, which relates to Fraud.
Please feel free to circulate this to your contacts as it may be of interest to residents.
A live online web chat is taking place tonight, Tuesday 17th November on the subject of fraud. The event begins at 7pm and will l run for about an hour with host Crime Prevention Officer Chris Joyce.
The public are invited to tune in and ask questions about any concerns or issues they have around fraud.
To join in visit: http://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/help-advice/crime-prevention/interactive-web-chats/current-schedule
Social media authors are encouraged to advertise the web chat on your local network.
At the Adel Crag Community Association meeting in October the Chair raised the question of the Speed Indicator Device to the police.
Cllr Barry Anderson commented as follows:
“As you may be aware I have been in contact with Highways to have the SID machine that is currently on Adel Lane re-sited as its effectiveness on Adel Lane has been diminished due to the speed hump immediately before its current location. Highways have now come forward with two potential locations. I would be pleased to receive your comments on the 2 options they are putting forward.”
Highways have commented as follows:
“Please find attached a sketch plan showing the proposed locations for the SID that is currently on Adel Lane. One location is in advance of both schools and affords good visibility of the sign as well as an adequate detection range. I have also considered a column on Long Causeway just north of St Helen’s Lane. Whilst that is a good location in visibility and detection terms, it is a little remote from the schools.”
I would be pleased if you would let me know which location you feel would be the most effective and I can feed that in to the decision making process.
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A new link road providing improved access to Leeds Bradford Airport could cost as much as £75m, it has been revealed.
Public consultation on three options for easing traffic congestion around the airport is about to start and estimated price tags for each of the schemes have been announced for the first time. The figures on the table are:
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Leeds planning chiefs have thrown down the gauntlet to a major national developer to work with them to create housing which is “more acceptable to communities” – rather than wasting resources and cash on pushing rejected schemes onto neighbourhoods that don’t want them.
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