Councillors to discuss plans for Tetley Field

Leeds Council Members will be discussing the proposals for Tetley Field and the wider plans concerning Headingley Stadium at the Thursday 3 March meeting of the City Plans Panel. As far as I’m aware this is the first formal discussion by Councillors on the plans since their release back in January.

The Public Document Pack for the meeting is now available to view. It includes a report of the Chief Planning Officer, which is presented from pp 33-48.

The meeting will receive the Chief Planning Officer’s report and the applicant and their representatives will present the proposed schemes. Opportunity will be given for local community representatives to respond.

Members will be invited to provide feedback on the following questions raised in the report:

  1. Do Members have any comments on the principle of development at Headingley Stadium and at Weetwood and Tingley and particularly the bringing forward development of the two housing sites in advance of the Site Allocations process?
  2. Do Members have any comments on design considerations for either the Stands or the Housing schemes?
  3. Do Members have any comments about the impact of the Weetwood development on the character and appearance of this part of the Weetwood Conservation Area?
  4. Do Members have any comments on highway issues at either the Stadium or the Weetwood and Tingley Sites?
  5. Are there any other issues or comments that Members would like to raise or make at this stage?

The meeting takes place at Civic Hall from 1.30pm and is open to the public. A site visit preceeds the meeting at 11.40am.

A further blog on this topic will follow shortly after the meeting.

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