Local News

Stuart welcomes decision of Bradford Council to retain Sunnybank Playing Fields

Following a campaign by local residents and Sunnybank/Woodhall Recreation Fields Community Action Group – supported by Stuart and several Leeds City Councillors – Stuart has welcomed the news that Bradford Council has decided against the proposed Community Asset Transfer of Sunnybank fields to Al

Stuart celebrates results of Local Election

Stuart was delighted to see the results across the constituency of Pudsey, Horsforth and Aireborough in the May local elections, which saw 11 out of 12 available seats in the Pudsey, Horsforth and Aireborough constituency won by Conservative Party candidates.

Pudsey Residents out in force for the Great British Spring Clean

Over twenty bags of rubbish were collected over the weekend as the great British Spring Clean was brought into action in Pudsey. Stuart joined Pudsey in Bloom to collect the rubbish as part of a national scheme to clean up local areas and raise awareness of the issue.

Stuart welcomes changes in the new Financial Year

The new tax year began on the 6th April and there have been some important changes that may be of interest and importance to you:

From 6th April the Personal Allowance, the amount a person can earn before their income becomes taxable, will rise to £12,500.

Stuart welcomes over £500,000 investment to tackle Leeds roads

Stuart has welcomed the new funding commitment announced by the Department for Transport this week to improve the condition of roads across the country. Over £500,000 will be provided to Leeds to tackle potholes and improve the condition of roads throughout the constituency.

Stuart welcomes Totaljobs data signalling increase in job opportunities

Research from one of the UK’s leading job boards, Totaljobs, shows there has been 33% increase in jobs advertised in Leeds since 2016. The new figures show the jobs market is booming in the city as it emerges as one of the North’s hotspots, competing with London.