Leeds City Council has designated Kirkstall Neighbourhood Forum (KNF) to prepare the Neighbourhood Plan for Kirkstall ward. This gives residents better control over property developers, and more influence over Council spending. Everybody who lives, works or does business in Kirkstall ward is welcome to take part. How to join
Our most recent meeting was on 17 September in the Queenswood Social Club, and our next meeting is planned for 7:30pm on Thursday 21 November 2019 in Hawksworth Wood Primary School, Broadway, Leeds LS5 3PS. Doors open from 7pm.
Here is a brief guide to KNF. This shows our current policies, which could all be modified at our future public meetings, if our members wish. Click here to read our full story.
About KNF: Who we are and what we do.
Active travel: Our plans include better routes for walking, running, cycling and canoeing, where people travel under their own steam.
Board members: All our big decisions are taken at public meetings, but we elect a board to manage our business between meetings.
Climate change: Leeds City Council has recognised the Climate Emergency, and the Kirkstall response starts here.
Public Health: Our plan will improve Public Health, so Kirkstall people can live longer, happier lives.
SWOT survey: We aim to serve the Kirkstall community, but first we must ask people what they want.
Plan making: Leeds City Council designated KNF in November 2015. Explore the journey we are making.
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