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South Parkway, new housing development, Councillor Arthur Vollans meets resident Mrs. Ada Oats (Seacroft)
Black & White imageNovember 1989. Image shows Councillor Arthur Vollans as he meets resident Mrs. Ada Oats outside the new housing development at South Parkway. The development was mixed residential and included the conversion of some 'cottage' style flats and some new build. The project was a joint partnership between Leeds City Council, the Yorkshire Metropolitan Housing Association and the Yorkshire Bank. The 57 homes comprised 6 3-bedroomed houses, 4 2-bedroomed houses, 12 one-bedroomed flats for elderly people and 33 sheltered flats with a warden on site.
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St. Augustine's Sheltered Housing Complex, construction underway (Harehills)
Black & White imageOctober 1986. Construction is underway on the new St. Augustine's Sheltered Housing Complex, located in Harehills Place on the former site of St. Augustine's Primary School. Councillor Mike Simmons, on the right, is making a visit to the construction site to view the work in progress. The elderly occupants of the 31 flats will have access to the Council's 'Care Call' system, the most advanced electronic emergency alarm system in the county at that time. They will also have the benefit of a resident warden. The scheme was due for completion in early 1987.
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St. Augustine's sheltered housing complex, visit to site by Councillor Mike Simmons (Harehills)
Black & White imageOctober 1986. In this image Councillor Mike Simmons, right, visits the construction site of St. Augustine's Sheltered Housing Complex and meets some of the construction workers. This £1.1 million scheme was to provide 31 flats for elderly residents on the former site of St. Augustine's Primary School in Harehills Place. The City Council operated an electronic emergency alarm system, the most advanced at that time in the country, and the residents of the new sheltered housing complex were to be linked to the system, called 'Care Call'.
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