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Bramhope Playground

The playground will remain closed until further notice. The Parish Council are currently risk assessing how the playground can be re-opened safely and within the government guidelines. Please do not use the playground in the meantime. Thank you

The Trees Estate and Miller Homes Development, Bramhope; Update from LCC Officers Feb 2020

The Parish Council have received an update regarding some of the issues experienced by Bramhope residents during the recent storms, Ciarra and Denis.
Further information can be found in the attached document.

Leeds Bradford Airport – Updated Aircraft Noise policies & Noise Complaints

The Environmental Manager at Leeds Bradford Airport, has consolidated and updated the aircraft noise policies and the mechanism for submitting a noise complaint.

The key link is to the Noise FAQs on the LBA website.

The Complaints mechanism and policy is here

Further details can be found in the attached Noise Complaints Policy or on the Leeds Bradford Aiport website.

Shed Security Information

Following a recent increase in the number of thefts from sheds and garages in the Leeds area over the past few months WY Police have forwarded some security information for householders to help prevent theft of their property. See attached two documents for further information

2020 Shed Security page 1

2020 Shed Security page 2

A660 Leeds Road – Roundabout Works – Letter to residents

Please find the latest information for residents from Leeds City Council, regarding the works on the A660 Leeds Road to create a new roundabout, on the following Link.

Better Broadband for Bramhope

Faster Broadband connections are now available to residents on Kings Road, Kings Drive, The Sycamores, The Birches, The Cedars, The Rowans, The Poplars, and the stretch of Leeds Road between The Birches and the Kings Road roundabout. Further information can be found on the attached.

Euro Profile Locks

Please read the attached documentfor the latest information from WY Police regarding replacing locks and lock security.

Internet Scams – HMRC & BT Scam

Please be aware of scams that catch people out especially if they happen to be a customer of the company the criminals are purporting to represent.
An HMRC scam is doing the rounds by both telephone and email messages. HMRC don’t ring or email. All their communication is by letter in respect of any monies owning or refunds.

Below is the most recent BT scam doing the rounds.

New BT Online Notification

Your monthly payment was recently declined. The decline could be due to
insufficient funds, card expired, etc.

Since you haven’t provided us new billing information yet, we thought we’d
remind you to please provide us with updated billing information to avoid any
billing problems with your account.

Review account information.

Thanks for choosing BT.

Graham Sutherland
CEO, Business and Public Sector

Please do not respond to such scams. If you are unsure always ring the company direct on the phone number that you would always use rather than the one supplied in the