The Tetley 5:30-7:00PM Tuesday 18th February
The meeting, which is open to all, is an opportunity to learn more about the Hunslet Stray – a major step forward in the realisation of an exciting new pedestrian and cycle corridor between Leeds city centre and the rapidly changing South Bank area to the south of the river Aire. For more information see Hunslet Stray Invitation.
The Hunslet Stray will re-establish a forgotten part of Hunslet Road, an important part of the history of the City of Leeds. It will transform and improve access for pedestrians and cyclists between Leeds Bridge and the old Alf Cook Printworks now the City College Printworks Campus. It will provide the first of a series of new ‘green-links’ to the proposed City Centre Park and be a part of the LSDG’s vision for Leeds City Centre South; ‘The New South Bank’.
LSDG-Vision-Prospectus-OCT13‘The Leeds Sustainable Development Group (LSDG) has published a prospectus for delivering its vision for a new city centre community to the south of the river. Read more
The Leeds Sustainable Development Group in partnership with Sustrans are working with a group of landowners to create an exclusive cycle and pedestrian route Read more
The LSDG believes that HSR can lead to a complete transformation of the
development picture in the UK, derived from connectivity of Leeds both to
London and to other cities on the HSR network. Read more
Leeds Sustainable Development Group in partnership with the GORSE Academies Trust which oversees the Morley and Farnley Academies in Leeds are working together on plans for the regeneration of part of Leeds City Centre South. Our proposal for opening one of the largest Free Schools in the country in the centre of Leeds will be a catalyst for the transformation of this area.
Dam Island is a unique site capable of accommodating a significant, groundbreaking, carbon neutral building.
The Statement discusses the key objectives and principles that the Leeds Sustainable Development Group seek to promote.