Leeds City Council are proposing 20mph zones throughout the Harewood Ward, click HERE for full details and to see which streets are affected.
Click HERE to see the Parish Council’s response to the proposals for Barwick in Elmet.
Click HERE to see the Parish Council’s response to the proposals for Scholes.
The table above lists live and planned traffic disruptions for the Parish. For real time, map based road work and licence information within the Leeds area, please visit:- www.roadworks.org
Important News about road closures
Important News about bus services
There will be some road closures of the A64 due to the construction of the East Leeds Orbital Road. Click HERE for details.
Planned Road and Pavement Resurfacing Works
Not everyone has access to a car, many residents travel by bus. There have been issues with the number 11 service (Scholes) which the Parish Council has sought to address by attending meetings with representatives of the bus operators.
Click HERE for a summary of the last such meeting.
East Leeds Orbital Road - Measuring Air Quality
Would you be willing to have a diffusion tube on your property to measure air quality? These are palm sized and don’t need maintenance. Their purpose is to measure air quality at strategic locations prior to the East Leeds Orbital Road being built which can be used to ensure that once the road is built, air quality is maintained at its original level. If interested in taking part, please e-mail Christina.Terro@leeds.gov.uk or Jon.Tubby@leeds.gov.uk. Thanks.
If any residents are wondering what the traffic monitoring (ATCs) are recording around the Parish, Leeds City Council’s Traffic Management team has informed the Parish Council of the following.
“This survey along with others within the area being undertaken have been commissioned by LCC to collate a baseline set of data to evaluate the impact of the East Leeds Orbital Road to which in time post-construction data can be compared. 27 Automatic Traffic counts and 11 Manual counts in total. All surveys being carried out by Nationwide Data Collection.”
Requests for dropped kerbs should be directed to Leeds City Council. There is a charge for for vehicle users however this is a free service for wheelchair or electric scooter users. Please visit the Council website for more information:- www.leeds.gov.uk