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- Council pulls plug on Carillion involvement in Leeds restoration project
- Who’s getting what arts cash in the post Leeds2023 divvy-up?
- Enquiry into Leeds hotel loan write-off points to “poor judgement” by decision makers
- The Leeds projects that will be impacted by Carillion collapse (plus parents told school running normally)
- News in brief: Top West Yorks devolution official steps down; culture cash for Leeds; Labour row over new free school
- Risk? What risk? Council leaders to brief watchdog committee on Leeds Capital of Culture bid
- Housing target for Leeds could be slashed again … to 42,000? (from 70,000)
Tag Archives: arts council
A list of who gets what arts funding over the next four years from cash-strapped Leeds City Council was released this afternoon. Under a new scheme devised with the ill-fated bid to host the European Capital of Culture 2023 in mind … Continue reading
I realise it’s old hat to bang on about the amount that the two jewels in the Leeds arts crown – Opera North and Northern Ballet – get in funding from the Arts Council, but it is a bit odd, … Continue reading
It’s D-Day for those Leeds arts/culture organisations that have been looking for funding from Arts Council England as National Portfolio organisations. The funding was announced this morning. Here are some facts that catch the eye: Not far off two thirds … Continue reading
Has it gone eerily quiet after the arts extravaganza last weekend that was going to “entirely change the way people in Leeds look at where they live”? Or am I just reading the wrong stuff? Prior to the event there … Continue reading
A challenge from councillors to last month’s decision on the allocation of grants to Leeds arts organisations was voted down yesterday (Monday, 23rd April). As expected. The Leeds City Council list published here a month ago now stands. And at least … Continue reading