Leeds City Council

Leeds City Council


Leeds City Council

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Leeds City Council is the local authority for the City of Leeds metropolitan district of West Yorkshire, England.


The city council was established in 1974, with the first elections being held in advance in 1973, under the Local Government Act 1972. Following the abolition of the West Yorkshire County Council in 1986, the council took responsibility for all former County Council functions except policing, fire services and public transport which continue to be run on a joint basis by Councillors from all former boroughs of West Yorkshire County Council.

Council Services

Leeds City Council is responsible for providing all statutory local authority services in Leeds, except for those it provides jointly in conjunction with other West Yorkshire Authorities. This includes education, housing, planning, transport and highways, social services, libraries, leisure and recreation, waste collection, waste disposal, environmental health and revenue collection. The council is one of the largest employers in West Yorkshire, with around 33,000 employees.

Education Leeds

Education Leeds was set up in 2001 as a non-profit making company wholly owned by Leeds City Council to provide education support services for the council. For its first five years it operated as a public-private partnership between the Council and Capita. The senior councillors of the council's Executive Board voted in March 2010 to stop using Education Leeds...
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