Have your say on plan for new Leeds park-and-ride site



Have your say

People in Leeds can have their say on proposals for the next stage of the city’s park-and-ride revolution.

As reported in your Yorkshire Evening Post, plans are currently in the pipeline for a 1,000-space park-and-ride site at Temple Green, in east Leeds.

And on June 30 a consultation event where people can fill out a survey about the scheme will take place on Briggate in Leeds city centre from 8am to 2pm.

Another consultation event will be held at the same location next Tuesday, July 7, from midday to 6pm. The survey can also be accessed online via the www.wymetro.com/TempleGreen-PR web page.

Proposals for the Temple Green scheme have been drawn up following the success of an 800-space park-and-ride site which opened last year next to Leeds United’s Elland Road ground. Coun Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council’s executive member for regeneration, transport and planning, said the Elland Road project had made a “big contribution” to reduced traffic and improved air quality.

Artist Ruth Spencer Jolly who composed 'European Unison' an ensemble written for 28 pianos, representing the members of the European Union and symbolising Brexit, following a preview of her work at Besbrode Pianos in Leeds. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Thursday March 23, 2017. The composition tells the story of the EU from its birth to Brexit. The ensemble of pianos is a metaphor demonstrating "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts". Photo: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

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