The images displayed show a proposed visualisation of how the new North / South Stand will look.
Leeds Rhinos and Yorkshire Carnegie are also extremely active in the community providing opportunities for people from all backgrounds to participate in the sport and the benefits it provides.
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In June 1980, Zigmund Adamski, a coal miner at Lofthouse Colliery approaching retirement, set off from Tingley to go shopping in Wakefield. He was never seen alive again. His body was found on top of a 10-foot-high (3.0 m) mound of coal near Todmorden. He had died of a heart attack. The police were unable to understand why and how he died. His death has been claimed to have the hallmarks of a UFO incident.
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Tingley was part of the Ardsley Urban district 1894-1937, which also included West Ardsley and East Ardsley and was then part of Morley Municipal borough 1937-1974. The village once formed part of the former Municipal Borough of Morley, and is still classed as part of Morley in the census. However, it is technically separate, and is not governed by Morley Town Council.
Tingley is split into two Leeds City Council wards, one being Morley South and the other Ardsley and Robin Hood, each electing three councillors to Leeds City Council. It is in the Morley and Outwood parliamentary constituency.
The layout of the development has been carefully designed to provide an attractive scheme offering a range of property types to meet the needs of local people, from family housing to first time buyers and residents looking to downsize.
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At our site off Weetwood Avenue, we are proposing high quality residential development of approximately 42 homes. The site is 4.5Ha in size and located in a popular residential area with Hollins Wood to the north.
Despite recent improvements to the Cricket Ground including the improvements to flood lighting and continued investment of the pitch, the Ground requires further investment to ensure that it meets the minimum facility requirements as set out by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB).
Tingley is perhaps best known for its eponymous roundabout, at the junction of the M62 motorway and the A653 (Dewsbury Road). The A650 connects with this roundabout. Tingley was intended to be the southern terminus of the main line of the now shelved Leeds Supertram project.
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The detail of the very special circumstances case is based on the need and timing for the improvements to the Headingley Carnegie Stadium and the wider benefits of this investment including:
Our General Practitioners are committed to providing high quality NHS medical care for individuals and families in a friendly and caring environment.
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The site is well connected and provides easy access to major road and public transport corridors. The M62 runs east/west to the north of the site and is accessible via a major road junction west of the site along Bradford Road. There is a range of local services and facilities nearby including schools, shops, doctors and dental surgeries. A number of bus routes operate within close proximity of the site providing access to Wakefield, Bradford and Leeds for access to services and employment.
Tingley has had several public houses, including the former White Bear, now closed (which was prominently located next to Tingley roundabout) and the New Scarborough (on Old Dewsbury Road). The former Bull's Head (towards East Ardsley on the A650) has now been closed and turned into housing. There are three more public houses in East and West Ardsley: The Hare and Hounds off Heybeck Lane and The Smithy and The British Oak off Westerton Road.
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David Batty, who played for Leeds United and Newcastle United as well as England, is one of the most famous players to start off at Tingley Athletic.
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Tingley is a settlement in West Yorkshire, England, forming part of the parish of West Ardsley and of the City of Leeds metropolitan borough. The name is first attested in the thirteenth century, and on through the Middle Ages, in forms such as Thing(e)law(e), and Tinglawe in 1608. This is from Old English þing 'meeting, assembly' and hlāw 'mound, hill, burial mound'. Thus it was probably the meeting place for Morley Wapentake.
To ensure that the Rugby Stadium continues to provide state of the art facilities we are proposing the replacement South Stand (Rugby). The new South Stand will also replace some of the Rugby capacity lost by the development of the North / South Stand. The proposals include:
The Practice will be completely closed on Thursday 15th September from 12 noon. Thursday 20th Oct 2016 from 12 noon, Thursday 17th Nov 2016 from 12 noon.
The proposed masterplan will provide a range of house types and sizes.
The football pitch adjacent to the site will be retained and unaffected by the development. Publically accessible open space is provided across the site including a play space for children and attractive green walking routes along Spink Well Lane and Thorpe Lane.
Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.
The development in the Green Belt is made acceptable through the benefits arising from investment into the Cricket and Rugby Grounds, which can be secured through legal agreement. Therefore, very special circumstances are demonstrated and it is lawful to approve the development of the Weetwood and Tingley sites in advance of their release from the Green Belt through the Local Plan.
Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, Tingley is situated between Leeds, Wakefield and Bradford but considered part of Morley. It has the WF3 (Wakefield) postcode area while the village telephone numbers are "0113", the Leeds prefix.
If the development plans are not realised, the Stadium will lose its ability to compete with other Cricket stadiums as a venue for international test-match Cricket and one day internationals and the investment opportunity will be lost.
Please ensure your comments reach us by Tuesday 16th February, 2016. There will be a further opportunity to submit feedback through the formal consultation period once the application has been submitted to Leeds City Council.
Our site in Tingley is located off Old Thorpe Lane, Bradford Road and Chapel Street . The site is bisected by Spink Well Lane and is located in an existing residential area. The masterplan proposes approximately 171 new homes reflecting the character of the area.
The feedback period is open until Tuesday 16th February 2016- please make sure your feedback reaches us by this date. There will be a further opportunity for you to submit comments with the Council once the application is submitted.
The coal and woollen industries which provided much employment until well after World War II have now completely disappeared and Tingley is essentially a dormitory suburb. Within a five-mile radius of the settlement lie the town centres of Morley, Leeds, Batley, Dewsbury, Ossett and Wakefield.
We would like to welcome Dr P Bailey & Nurse Belinda Wetherill to the practice,
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