Annemarie McNiven has seen positive changes at Woodville Square since moving there a few years ago. Over the past year it has been transformed and she is very happy with the result.
After asking residents what changes they wanted to see, new fencing has been put up to improve security and the Square has been re-landscaped to create a pleasant outdoor space. Our Neighbourhood Officers have worked with the local community to tackle reports of anti-social behaviour and help to make it a more pleasant place to live.
Residents celebrated the changes with a summer tea party and a garden competition was held to encourage them to make the most of their outside space.
Leeds Fed wants its homes and local neighbourhoods to be places people want to live and move to. We have invested in Woodville Square to improve it for our customers and the local community.