Update April 2013
We are committed to providing a website that is accessible to all our users. The content on our website has many different purposes and audiences, so making sure our website is accessible is an ongoing process.
In a recent review some areas of the website were identified which need improving to meet our commitment to accessibility. We are working to address these issues.
Over the next three months we will be working to ensure that our most popular pages and tasks conform to Level AA of The World Wide Web Consortium’s WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) standards.
Within the next six months we will review the whole of the leed.gov website, to ensure all our pages are meeting Level AA standards. We will also be reviewing our accessibility statement to outline our commitment to providing an accessible website.
In the meantime, if you have accessibility needs, the BBC website provides useful information on how to make web browsing easier. They explain in more detail the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.
If you have particular concerns about the accessibility of our website you can email us at email@example.com.
British Sign Language (BSL)
We have a number of British Sign Language videos about the services below, please select the link to open the video.
Adult social care BSL video
Leeds Social Care supports older people, people with mental health problems, people with a sensory impairment, physically disabled people and people with learning disabilities.
Anti-social behaviour video
You do not have to put up with anti-social behaviour. Contact the council.
Information about housing benefit, council tax benefit and education benefits.
Council tax video
Your council tax helps to pay for many of the city’s services.
Children and Young People’s Social Care video
Children and Young People’s Social Care works with some of the most vulnerable children, young people and families in Leeds.
Environmental Services video
Services include recycling and household waste sites, rubbish collection, street cleansing, grass cutting, food and health, pest control, dog wardens, environmental action teams - who investigate environmental complaints and provide educational work on littering and graffiti - and car parking.
How to find information about council housing, housing associations, supported housing, housing benefit and advice for private tenants and landlords.