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Morley local area

Welcome to the local information page for Morley


Jeremy Lunn is the local housing manager with responsibility for housing services for all our neighbourhoods in the Morley area.​

He is assisted by team leaders Mark Freer, Rachel Harrison and a team of housing officers.​

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General telephone enquiries


For general telephone enquiries to our Housing Offices please call 0800 188 4000 (free from landlines and mobiles).

Calls are dealt with by our contact centre in Leeds (opening times 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday).


Our address


Morley One Stop Centre
Morley Town Hall
Morley
Leeds
LS27 9DY


Our opening times


Monday and Tuesday: 8:30am to 4pm
Wednesday: 8:30am to 3pm
Thursday and Friday: 8:30am to 5pm​​​

Please note we are not open on bank holidays.

 

Below you can find information about:

  • Housing officers working in your area
  • Estate walkabouts
  • News and events
  • Projects funded by your local Housing Advisory Panel
  • Tenant and resident groups in your area
  • Your Local Community Committees
  • Your local Councillor
  • Bin collections and recycling
  • Local services
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To find out more about other council services in your area, please use the Where I Live section on this page.​​​​​

Contact information

For further information please email housingenquiries@leeds.gov.uk or for all telephone enquiries please call 0800 188 4000 (Free from landlines and mobiles). Calls are dealt with by our contact centre in Leeds 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.​

Click to expandYour housing officers

Your housing officer deals with a range of things including, rent advice, neighbour nuisance and enforcing tenancy conditions. They are also able to signpost you to other services for advice and support.

 
Area or Estate
Housing Officer
Albert Drive and Road, Denshaw Drive and Grove, Newlands Crescent and Drive, Rydal Crescent and Drive.
Baljit Kissy
Askey Avenue and Crescent, Beacon Avenue and Grove, Birch Court, Britannia Road, Dewsbury Road, Glen Grove, Mount and Road, Harrops, Hesketh Avenue, Marshall Crescent, Oak Avenue and Grove, Syke Avenue and Road.
James Hartley
Asquiths, Deansway, Fairfax Avenue, Hammond Crescent, Kingsway, Margeston Road, Nepshaw Lane, Oakwell Close and Road, Wakefield Road, Whitehall Grove and Wood View.
Emma Foxton
Baker Crescent, Road and Street, Bruntcliffe Lane, Dean Hall Close, Fairfield House, Fountain Street, Great Northern Street, Highcliffe Road, Jubilee Street, Lewisham Court, Tennyson Street and Terrace, Thackray Street and Wynyard Drive.
Emma Wilcock
Bank Avenue and Street, Church Street and Way, Daffil Road, Deanfield Avenue, Granny Avenue, Harwill Rise, Hepworth Avenue and Crescent, Horsfall Street, Ingles, Manor Road, Old Road, Victoria Road, William Street and Woodlands Drive.
Ian Bratley
Brunswick Place, Clough Street, Elmfield Court and House, Gillroyd Terrace, Hartley Street, Marshall Close, Middleton Close, Grove, Road and Terrace, Oddfellow Street, Siegen Close, Troy Rise and Road, Wesley Street and Wide Lane.
Katie Walker
Church Avenue, Finkle Lane, Gildersome Lane, Moorlands, Park Crescent and Grove, Parkway, Spring Avenue, Springbank Avenue, Crescent and Road, The Grove, The Nooks and Vicarage Avenue.
Ethan Turnor
 

Click to expandEstate walkabouts

Estate walkabouts give residents the chance accompany our housing officers and work with us to make our estates a better place to live.

If you would like to take part in the walkabout all you have to do is tell your local Housing Office and turn up on the day.

To find out more, please download the Morley Estate Walkabouts timetable (PDF 248KB)​​​​​​

Click to expandEvents

Keep up to date with events in your area such as, tenant meetings, training information and consultation training sessions.​​

Find out more about upcoming events

Click to expandImproving your homes and neighbourhoods

We plan investment to your homes and neighbourhoods, and have identified the work that is required in the future.

Work will only be carried out to properties that have been identified as needing it and our proposed plans may be subject to change due to changes in funding.

Find out more on our Improving your homes and neighbourhoods page. ​

Click to expandNews

​There are many ways to keep up to date with housing related news

Follow us on Twitter
Follow us on Facebook

The latest edition of our newsletter

Check out the Local news from Morley Housing Office team (PDF 1.45MB)

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Click to expandYour local Housing Advisory Panel

There are 11 local Housing Advisory Panels across Leeds, each with a budget that they can use to fund local projects to benefit local tenants.

Find out more about your local Housing Advisory Panel

Click to expandMoney, budgeting and benefits advice

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If you need help with money, budgeting or benefits advice then please book in to see us. FREE appointments are available; for an appointment near you view our citywide timetable (PDF 211KB).​

Click to expandGet involved in your local area and community

No matter where you live or how young or old you are, you can get involved with us, have your say and make a difference in your local area and community.

Getting involved isn’t all about coming to meetings. You can join us on estate walkabouts, carry out mystery shopping, answer surveys or attend local events. Tenant and Resident Associations (TARAs) and Area Reps represent their local communities and are involved in decisions about their homes and environment.

If you would like to find out more about what is happening in your area or if you are thinking of setting up a group, contact Jan Cleverley, your Tenant Engagement Officer.

Email: housinginvolvement@leeds.gov.uk
Telephone: 0113 378 1349

Find out more about how you can get involved

Find out more about Tenant and Resident Associations and & Area Reps​​​

Click to expandYour local community committee

​There are 10 community committees across the city providing local people with opportunities to have their say about what happens in their community. Housing Leeds works closely with the committees.

Find out more about the outer south community committee

Click to expandLocal support to get online and improve your digital skills

Find organisations local to you in Leeds where you can get online, or get support to improve your digital skills. If you’re an organisation that offers support or access, then you can join the 100% Digital Leeds movement and get your organisation on the map using the 100% Digital Leeds website.

Please note that Tinder Foundation is independent to Leeds City Council. We are not responsible for their content and information.​​​​​​

Click to expandYour local councillors

​Leeds councillors provide a voice to the people living in the ward that they represent.  They are aware of the needs of their community and are in touch with the issues that local people face. 

Find details of your Local Councillors

Click to expandBins and recycling

​You can find out when your bin collection dates are, get rid of large items and find out more about recycling facilities in your area. 

Bins and recycling pages

Click to expandUseful local organisations

​The following are links to further local information.

Please note that Leeds City Council is not responsible for the content on external websites.

Morley Leisure Centre

Morley Town Hall

Leeds Money Buddies

Morley Elderly Action

Morley Cluster Childrens Services

Click to expandLocal Sheltered Scheme information

​​Sheltered housing provides a supportive environment for older, vulnerable and disabled people in the community. You can stay independent whilst benefiting from support and security.

To find out more about the schemes and what they offer, please download the Morley area sheltered scheme information sheet (PDF 1.55MB).​​​

A £13 weekly service charge is included within the rent for the Sheltered Support Officer service. If your rent is met by full Housing Benefit the £13 charge is paid in full via housing benefit. If you are an existing tenant and you do not receive housing benefit, or receive part benefit, you pay a weekly contribution of £4 towards this charge. The remaining £9 is paid by the council; this will show as an adjustment on your rent account. If you are a new tenant and do not receive full or part Housing Benefit you will be charged the full £13.

The Sheltered Support Charge is payable by all residents living in sheltered housing, even if they have made a decision not to receive regular contact from the Sheltered Support Officer.

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