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Sixty residents turned to song today to protest against a planned new housing development in Leeds. They say there are more suitable sites for the two hundred homes scheduled to be built on green fields at Cookridge. Chris Kiddey reports.
House builders, Taylor Wimpey, have issued this statement after residents staged a protest against plans for a new housing development at Cookridge in Leeds.
Around sixty residents turned out to protest against plans for a new housing development at Cookridge in Leeds. Plans have been put forward for up to two hundred new homes on fields at Moseley Wood Rise.
But protestors say the areas too boggy, there are other more suitable sites around the city and local services won't be able to cope with extra demand.