RESIDENTS of the Robin Hood area of east Leeds are invited to have their say about shaping the future look of their area.
A drop-in meeting tonight at the Northfield Community Centre in Northfield Place will look at some of the key developments that could be built in the area in the coming years, and what people think of them.
The meeting will examine Leeds City Council’s Site Allocation Plan - which identifies pieces of land it thinks can be developed to meet housing demand - and how it affects the Robin Hood and Ardsley areas.
In total, Leeds City Council is hoping that 70,000 new homes will be built in the city by 2028.
The meeting is co-organised by local Labour councillor Jack Dunn, who said it was an important opportunity for locals to express their views.
Of special interest is the inclusion of a green field next to Leeds Road in the council’s site allocations list.
The meeting is from 6pm to 8pm and all are welcome.
Call Jack Dunn (0113) 270 6283 for more.