Top 10 worst areas for missed bin collections in Leeds - how does your neighbourhood compare?

More than 58,000 individual missed bin collections have been reported to Leeds City Council between June 2015 to August 2018, new figures reveal - how does your area compare?

Wednesday, 26th September 2018, 7:13 pm
Updated Thursday, 27th September 2018, 6:45 am
The bin collections in Leeds and the areas most missed

The statistics also show a disparity between council wards across the city when it comes to waste disposal.

Residents in Morley North (3,930 missed collections), would be five times more likely to have had a missed bin collection in the last three years than those who live in the Guiseley and Rawdon ward (713 missed collections).

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The top 10 worst areas in Leeds for missed bin collections - total missed collections between June 2015 and August 2018, per ward

1. Morley North - 3,930 missed collections

2. Morley South - 3,084

3. Chapel Allerton - 3,064

4. Roundhay - 2,652

5. Killingbeck and Seacroft - 2,482

6. Gipton and Harehills - 2,349

7. Headingley and Hyde Parl- 1,629

8. Middleton Park - 2,159

9. Armley 2,030

10. Kirkstall 1,995

How does your area compare?

Here is the rest of the list:

Burmantofts and Richmond Hill – 1,815;

Moortown – 1,791;

Harewood – 1,668;

Temple Newsam – 1,667;

Wetherby – 1,629;

Kippax and Methley – 1,603;

Cross Gates and Whinmoor – 1,493;

Ardsley and Robin Hood – 1,484;

Beeston and Holbeck – 1,477;

Hunslet and Riverside – 1,407;

Alwoodley – 1,391;

Rothwell – 1,356;

Pudsey – 1,344;

Weetwood – 1,250;

Calverley and Farsley – 1,243;

Bramley and Stanningley – 1,178;

Little London and Woodhouse – 1,120;

Horsforth – 1,109;

Garforth and Swillington – 1,094;

Adel and Wharfedale – 884;

Otley and Yeadon – 764;

Guiseley and Rawdon – 713.