Last month we wrote about two new application for digital billboards in LS5 and LS9. We have some good news to share regarding both of these! The application in LS9 was rejected on April 19th after the planning officer concluded that the proposed ad would be detrimental to the visual amenity of the locality and detrimental to highway safety. According to the consultation response of … Continue reading Good news alert: the “illegal” and the “deadly” rejected
Dear AdBlockers, We are back with a double mission for you. There are two new applications for a replacement of paper billboards with digital ones that push us to self-organise and object on the Leeds planning portal. These applications are particularly important, as they are quite dangerous to our community in different ways. One requests the replacement of a paper billboard on 71 Commercial Road … Continue reading Two new applications… let’s call them the illegal and the deadly!
A new decision to refuse the instalment of two digital displays marks another huge win for Leeds Adblockers and residents. This one was very important as it raised substantial safety concerns at a location that was already extremely difficult to navigate. The Highways Teams regarded the suggested ad infrastructure as particularly unsafe; yet, the applicant Vivid Outdoor Media Ltd wanted their digital displays so badly … Continue reading One more win and an important one!
Hi AdBlockers, The deadline for objections to two new digital advertising displays already passed. However, on January 20th an “independent highway safety report” was submitted by the applicant. Since this is a whole new piece of documentation, we trust that we have at least a couple of weeks to submit new objections in connection to this report. So here is the story of this ad … Continue reading New misleading report for planning application 20/06857/ADV
Some 6 months ago, advertising giant JCDecaux sent in two applications for building new 48-sheet digital billboards. One of them was going to be in one of the few green space we have in Leeds, next to the Dry Dock pub and the other one was going to be on the A64. As a reminder, each one of these 3×6 m digital billboards uses the … Continue reading Two billboard applications withdrawn by JCDecaux
There is a new application for two 3×6 m digital billboards at Copley Hill Works, LS12 1HZ (reference 20/06857/ADV). The application seeks to replace four paper billboards with two digital ones, and the deadline for objections is the 18th of November. Here is how to object: – follow the link to the planning portal here – open the comments tab and log in with your … Continue reading Digital Billboard Application in LS12
Anoter success for the community of Leeds this year! The application for replacing a paper billboard with a digital one in 272 York Road was rejected on the grounds of amenity, thanks for all your objections as they really made a difference! This billboard was not only going to be an eyesore for the community, bombarding them with ads pushing for overconsumption. It would also … Continue reading Rejected application for a digital billboard on York Road!
There is a new application for a digital billboard at Rajas Curry House 272 York Road Leeds LS9 9DN. The official deadline for objections has already passed but luckily we can still submit objections until the planning meeting. Here is how you object: – follow the link to the planning portal here – open the comments tab and log in with your credentials – write a few lines about why you think … Continue reading We already live in a world where our windows look towards … huge digital billboards! Time to object!
Advertising giant JCDecaux has submitted yet another application to the Leeds city council to build a 3.5 x 6.5 m electronic billboard on the A64, in LS1 6PQ. This is just before the slip road merges into the A64, where cars coming from the city try to join the highway. What a great spot to be distracted! The deadline for objections is the 19th of … Continue reading New digital billboard application on A64(M) in LS1 6PQ (reference 20/02262/ADV)
Advertising Giant JCDecaux has submitted yet another application to the Leeds city council to build a 3.5 x 6.5 m electronic billboard on Woodhouse Lane in LS2 3AX. JCDecaux wants to fill up a currently open space in a grassy area with a new billboard. The deadline for objections is the 15th of May. There are multiple reasons why this is a bad idea. Below … Continue reading Digital billboard application on Woodhouse Lane in LS2 3AX (reference 20/02263/ADV)