However, in the last decade, residents published Headingley Renaissance, a plan for the neighbourhood’s revival (much if which has been realised). They also produced Headingley & Hyde Park Neighbourhood Design Statement, to protect our built environment. And in this time, the transient population has fallen by a fifth. So our local community associations have seized on Neighbourhood Planning to pursue the renaissance of Headingley.
We have identified the Area which we consider makes up our Neighbourhood. We have set up a Forum in order to prepare a Plan for the Area. We aim to involve as many people as possible in the Preparation as we do so. And we intend to produce a Plan which helps to develop Headingley as a sustainable, inclusive and mixed community.
To keep in touch with our progress, see the posts on our Home page. Or go to our Contacts page.
Grant awarded by the Supporting Communities in Neighbourhood Planning Programme led by Locality in association with RTPI/Planning Aid England, CDF and partners, available through the My Community Rights website.
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