North Leeds: Have your say on Headingley’s new vision statement

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Have your say

Headingley residents have until the end of the month to comment on a planning blueprint for the future of the suburb.

The Headingley Neighbourhood Forum has published the policies of its ‘Neighbourhood Plan’ online, as a first draft for people to consult. As previously reported in the YEP, it includes propsals to encourage more family-friendly houses and oppose further student flats. Richard Tyler, forum secretary, said: “The Steering Group warmly invites all individuals and groups who live or work or study in Headingley neighbourhood area to comment on the draft.”

Visit http://www.headingleyneighbourhoodplan.org.uk/plan/structure-and-themes.

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Picture Taken 06/10/2017. 
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Early Morning Light on Harold Park with Swans in the foreground

The park is named after Harold Gathorn Hardy who died in 1881 at the age of 32. Harold helped establish the family run Low Moor Ironworks.In 1899 a recreation ground was added to the park, while in the early 20th century Low Moor Gala was held raising money for local hospitals. In 1931 Horsfall playing fields were added to the park, in 2014 these became a Queen Elizabeth II Playing fields and also contains Horsfall Stadium.

Harold Park is a small urban park in Low Moor, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. The park is open all day all year round. To the immediate north of Harold Park is Horsfall Stadium home to Bradford Park Avenue A.F.C. and Albion Sports A.F.C. Park Dam is a short walking distance to the south.

The park has been given a Green Flag Award and the Platinum award from The Royal Horticultural Society Yorkshire in Bloom for open spaces.

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