Headingley Network is a community association which "will defend and advance the interests of Headingley and its residents by having the following
aims and objectives:
- To promote the preservation and the protection of the environment in Headingley.
- To co-operate with our local police, to assist in the prevention of crime, to seek a local police station.
- To assist in the prevention of anti-social behaviour in any public place, e.g. vandalism, drunkenness, rowdiness and intimidating behaviour.
- To oppose any so-called 'developments' that in the opinion of the 'network' would not be to the benefit of the wider community, e.g. take-away food shops, public
houses or extensions to public houses, sporting venues and public entertainments.
- To curb unsightly and dangerous advertising, e.g. the so-called 'A' boards and flyposting.
- To campaign for traffic-calming measures, including street closures, one-way systems and a residents' parking scheme where residents and the 'network' see these as
- To seek improvements in funding allocated to street-cleaning, footpath and road maintenance.
- To campaign for responsible management of homes of multiple occupation.
- To co-operate with any group or individuals, including the elected Leeds City Council members in meeting the above objectives.
These objectives were amended at the first AGM on 4/12/97