If it goes ahead, the East of Otley development will add 700+ homes and a relief road to the outskirts of Otley. It is the largest local development for decades and it is of huge importance to all members of the Otley community.
The East of Otley Action Group was formed to hold the developers to account. We are working to ensure that the Otley Neighbourhood Plan is respected along with regional and national commitments to tackle the climate, ecological and inequality crises that we face.
EAST OF OTLEY ACTION GROUP POSITION STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO THE OTLEY EAST CONSORTIUM PLANNING APPLICATION (21/01671/OT)
We recognise the need for some more homes for individuals and families - truly affordable and built in a way that is ‘sustainable’ in all the identities of that word, both across Leeds and in Otley. We are, though, completely opposed to the proposed development (21/01671/OT) as described in the planning application...
East of Otley site, as painted by J.M.W Turner, around 1812
We're getting stuck in with lots of projects to help protect our local wildlife and our access to this important natural greenspace. Have a look below at the kinds of things we've been doing at the East of Otley site. Please get in touch if you'd like to get involved...
To help raise money for our fundraiser, we're selling these fantastic tote bags and rucksacks. Featuring an exclusive design by local artist Kate Broughton, they are printed on 100% cotton, which is either recycled or made from an ethically-sourced sustainable crop and manufactured in a Fairtrade certified factory. Grab them before they're gone! We'll be selling our merchandise at the Buttercross, Otley Market on Saturday 19 June and hopefully from other places too - we'll keep you informed. If you'd like to buy a bag, (or lots of bags) now, please email email@example.com
Made from recycled cotton, these tote bags are perfect for carrying your shopping home in style.
The perfect present for a child or teen...or yourself. Pack your lunch, your PE kit, yoga gear and go!