Hyde Park Neighbourhood Plan

About us

We are a group of locals who have been asked by the Council to give their planning a direction for the future. If you have any ideas, please let us know.
Here is a link to a brief guide about neighbourhood planning if you'd like to know more: http://locality.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Quick-Guide.pdf

Welcome to the Hyde Park Neighbourhood Plan

This site aims to bring together the people who care for the Hyde Park neighbourhood and want it to improve and prosper into the future. We have a very wide range of people in our community and we want it to be possible for us all to work together to benefit us all.

foto hereHere you will find all sorts of stuff - from links to useful information such as how to contact your councillors and MP or where to find out what days your bins are emptied to who to complain to if you're being kept awake by noisy neighbours. We are also collecting a gallery of pictures of our neighbourhood from the past and present - photos, paintings and drawings - which we would be happy to add any of yours to if you'd like to send them in.

foto hereThis is also where you will find out everything you need to know about the Hyde Park Neighbourhood forum and our plan for the future of the neighbourhood. It is made up entirely of people like you who live in the area and care about where we live and what can be done to improve it. We would be more than happy to hear your thoughts and if you would like to join us at any of our meetings or just receive the newsletter, please drop us a line. We're working to make your life better, so please let us know how we can do that.

foto hereThere is also a section with links to the wide range of community groups and events in the area. There is a lot going on in the area, from a world-class music venue at the Brudenell Social Club to a range of community-based events like the annual Unity Day festival on Woodhouse Moor.

foto hereThere is also a section with links to businesses in the area. If we support our local businesses we can bring wealth and jobs back to the neighbourhood. And with time and co-operation we can rebuild our community that has suffered over the years from underfunding and lack of care and support from Leeds City Council and others.