Einformation – FORMER ADEL HAND CAR WASH, 503 OTLEY ROAD

Please see below information regarding the above received from Cllr Barry Anderson, which may be of interest to you.

A number of residents have been asking me where the Adel Hand Car Wash has gone and one or two other questions about what is actually replacing it. The answer to the latter is that it will be a BP service station with a Marks & Spencer food outlet and it is my understanding this will be completed by early December.

In respect of the first question it hasn’t gone far, they have now re-named and re-located to:

Park Hand Car Wash, Texaco Petrol station West Park Ring Road, Horsforth, LS16 6EB. (opposite McDonalds)

I know some of you were worried that some of the workers may have lost their jobs but I am advised that no jobs were lost in the move. The same team from Adel will be cleaning vehicles at the new location. I am also advised that until the 30th September 2017 all vehicle cleaning services have been discounted.

 

Cllr. Barry Anderson
Adel & Wharfedale Ward
http://www.barryanderson.yourcllr.com
Twitter @barryanderson19

NW Leeds Bus Consultation

North West Leeds Consultation Summary

Please see the below update received from First UK Bus via Cllr Barry Anderson;

Dear Stakeholder

Further to our earlier emails, I’d like to update you on the consultation on First bus services in NW Leeds that operate through Headingley.

In March we commenced the first phase of the consultation and collected over 1,000 responses from both on-line and drop-in sessions. Based on this feedback and our own data & research, we then presented a number of options through further consultation events and an on-line survey. All this information has now been considered and a set of changes has been developed that is now being registered this week for implementation from 22 October.

A summary of those changes is listed below with further detail in the attached document,

  • One journey per hour on service X84 will now run via Pool Monday to Saturday from c0700 to c1900 & a new evening timetable will operate with a new late journey from Leeds to Otley
  • Route 97 will retain its current route and will run every 20 minutes during the majority of the day, a new timetable has been designed to improve reliability
  • Service 19A will now extend from Tinshill to Yeadon via Trinity University and Rawdon. This will give new links to Rawdon Village and also improve links between Trinity and their students’ accommodation
  • Services 1, 6 and 28 will also receive new timetables to improve reliability
  • Changes will be made to driver duties to reduce cancellations, especially in the early evening
  • Service 29 will be revised to run every 30 minutes with an hourly evening service.

We will share the changes with those who took part in the consultation next week in advance of wider communication.

If we can provide any further information on this please don’t hesitate to contact Paul Turner (copied in) or myself.

Click here: North West Leeds Consultation Summary

Head of External Relations
First UK Bus (Yorkshire & Greater Manchester)

 

 

Weekly crime update [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED]

Please see the below crime update for Adel and Wharfedale Ward from PC Karina Ingham;

In the past 7 days there have been the following crimes committed in the Adel and Wharfedale ward;

There was a theft from a vehicle at a commercial premise on Otley Road, Adel where a vehicle has all four alloy wheels removed. This is quite unusual on modern cars due to locking wheel nuts. All enquiries have been made at the location.

There was a burglary between the 12th-15th August at an address on Kings Road, Bramhope. A window was forced open and entry gained. It is not know at this time if anything was stolen.

A suspicious type incident occurred on Dale Park Rise, Cookridge at around 1745 hours 16th August  where the homeowner disturbed a male looking through her window, it is believed they were looking for the keys to the vehicle parked on the drive. The male ran and got in to a stolen vehicle with other occupants. The vehicle made off and was later involved in an incident in North Yorkshire.

Please continue to think about home security, lock doors and cars and don’t give these people opportunity to take things you have worked hard for!

Many thanks,

Karina

PC 5201 INGHAM

Ward Manager Adel and Wharfedale

Leeds District – Outer North West

Otley Police Station, Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3BA

Internal: 26265

External: 101

To report a crime, please ring 101. Always dial 999 in an emergency.

Flu Jabs at Adel Pharmacy

Please see the below information recently received from Nira at Adel Pharmacy;

Adel Pharmacy will be providing from mid September a free NHS walk in flu vaccination service for eligible patients to help prevent flu this season.

Simply walk in or call Adel Pharmacy on 0113 2300351 and the pharmacist will be able to give you, your flu vaccination there and then. If not, then the pharmacy team will book at a time most convenient for you.

Adel Pharmacy opening times:

Monday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 6.00pm

Tuesday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 5.30pm

Wednesday: 8.30am – 12.30pm Afternoon closed

Thursday: 8.30am – 12.30pm and 2.00pm – 5.00pm

Friday: 8.30am – 12.30pm 2.00pm – 6.00pm

WEEKLY CRIME UPDATE [NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED]

Please see the below crime update for Adel and Wharfedale Ward from PC Karina Ingham;

In the past seven days the majority of crime types has been very low across the ward, however, there have been a number of burglary offences.

Between the 27-29th July a garden shed was broken in to on Green Lane, Cookridge and a BBQ was stolen.

Between the 28-29th July a property under renovation on Farrar Lane, Adel had a window smashed, it is believed the people involved were trying to gain entry to the property.

At around 4am on the 28th July a home owner was awoken on Oaklands Close, Adel after suspects gained entry in to his home by snapping the lock of his external door. They made off on being disturbed.

On the 27th July, during the day, a suspect smashed a rear patio door on Willow Court, Pool and entered an address, they stole items of jewellery.

Between the 25-27th July a quantity of Yorkshire stone slabs were stolen from the pavement at Long Causeway, Adel.

Although the lock funding money for the ward has now been spent, please consider upgrading your locks to current British standard snap proof locks.

Following vehicle crime initiatives in our local car parks, which will continue throughout August, vehicle crime has fallen. Please remember not to leave valuables and handbags in cars as you never know who is watching!


PC 5021 INGHAM

Ward Manager Adel and Wharfedale Leeds District – Outer North West
Otley Police Station, Bridge Street, Otley, LS21 3BA
Internal: 26265
External: 101

To report a crime, please ring 101. Always dial 999 in an emergency.

For the latest news and updates:

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Leeds Businesses Urged to Get Litter Picking

We recently received below from Forge Waste & Recycling, which may be of interest to you.

· Forge Waste & Recycling is supplying free litter picking kits to all interested businesses within their area of operation

· Forge Waste & Recycling is collecting the sacks of rubbish after the litter picking has taken place, free of charge

Forge Waste & Recycling has launched a litter picking campaign in Yorkshire, which encourages local businesses to make a positive impact in their local community.

Street cleansing costs UK taxpayers almost £1 billion per year in England alone, but it’s not just the public fund that is impacted; litter takes its toll on local business as well as mental health, community wellbeing, wildlife and the environment.

Forge Waste & Recycling will supply a litter picking kit to local businesses who request it, which is to include litter pickers, gloves and hi-vis bibs for each volunteer, as well as bags for the litter. The bags of litter will then be collected by Forge, free-of-charge.

MD of Forge Waste & Recycling, Harvey Mills said:

“Working in waste, we are passionate about litter. We have a ‘zero waste to landfill’ guarantee on waste we collect, and that is because we understand the devastation that waste can cause when left to its own devices. Litter not only looks ugly but it is really bad for local business, the environment, wild animals and human health.

“This campaign is an opportunity for businesses to easily organise a litter pick in their locality, clearing up unsightly mess, improving the look and feel of their local area, whilst also giving themselves bragging rights on their blogs and social media channels!”

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Website: http://www.forgerecycling.co.uk/blog/community-litter-pick-yorkshire/

 

Temporary Road Closures Holt Lane & Holt Road

Highway Notices just been issued by Leeds City Council. These clearly have an impact for local residents over a 4 week period.

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(2)
ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991
LEEDS CITY COUNCIL (HOLT LANE ADEL)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) ORDER 2017

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that because construction works are being or are proposed to be executed on or near the under mentioned highways Leeds City Council intends in not less than 7 days to make an Order the effect of which will be that no person shall cause or permit any vehicle to travel along Holt Lane Adel.

Access to pedestrians, property and for emergency vehicles and construction traffic will be maintained.

A diversionary route will be available via Gainsborough Avenue, Kingsley Drive and Otley Road.

The Order is intended to come into operation on Monday 24 April and will remain in force for a period of 4 weeks or until the works are completed if earlier.

The works are scheduled to complete by 3rd May 2017 and will take place on weekdays only between 09:30 and 15:30 hours.

All communications with regard to this Notice should be addressed to City Services, Selectapost 6, Ring Road, Middleton Leeds LS10 4AX, for the attention of Kenny Harkis or Site Contact Jonathan Waters 01133787492, Ref: TC9157

Dated this 21 day of April 2017

Leeds City Council
Civic Hall,
LEEDS
LS1 1UR

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(2)
ROAD TRAFFIC (TEMPORARY RESTRICTIONS) ACT 1991
LEEDS CITY COUNCIL
(HOLT LANE & HOLT ROAD ADEL)
(TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC) NOTICE 2017

WHEREAS Leeds City Council is the traffic authority for the Leeds Metropolitan District; and

WHEREAS carriageway patching works are to take place.

TAKE NOTICE that in the interests of public safety it is considered necessary that no person shall cause or permit any vehicle to travel along

  • Holt Lane between its junctions with Otley Road and Holt Road
  • Holt Road between its junctions with Holt Lane to Holt Park Approach

DIVERSIONARY ROUTES:- A Diversionary route for vehicles affected by the closure will be available via

  • Holt Park Approach, Holt Park Road, Holt Crescent, Holtdale Approach, Otley Old Road, Otley Road.
  • Holt Park Approach, Holt Park Road, Holt Crescent, Holtdale Approach, Cookridge Lane/ Otley Old Road, left to A660.

PERIOD OF WORKS/RESTRICTIONS: The works are to take place between 09:00 hours and 16:00 hours on 23 April 2017.

All communications with regard to this Notice should be addressed to City Services, Selectapost 6, Ring Road, Middleton Leeds LS10 4AX, for the attention of Kenny Harkis or Site Contact Jonathan Waters 01133787492, Ref: TC9156.

Dated this 12 day of April 2017

Leeds City Council
Civic Hall
LEEDS
LS1 1UR

Thank you for your attention

Legal Officer
Legal Services
Leeds City Council
4TH Floor West, Civic Hall
Calverley Street
Leeds LS1 1UR

www.leeds.gov.uk