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Operational Lead Story: Issue 220 30 Jun 2010

Police HQ takes space from Leeds Utd

Patrick Mcdonnell

Plans for a new police headquarters overlooking Leeds United’s Elland Road stadium have been approved. This would lead to a reduction of parking spaces for football fans and the introduction of residents-only permit parking in streets surrounding the stadium to stamp out match day parking problems.

The new station would be built on the former greyhound stadium site, which is currently used by Leeds United fans with the loss of 350 spaces. The new divisional headquarters for the south of...

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