Which council looks after you in Drighlington East and West?

Do you know which council empties your dustbins, owns the allotment sites, repairs broken streetlights, owns and runs the parks? We know it can be confusing. It’s not always easy to find out who is responsible for what, which can sometimes be very frustrating. The information below is designed to point you in the right direction.

Drighlington Parish Council will always try and help you with your initial queries and put you on the right path, even if we can’t help directly.

  • Representing the local community interests
  • Commenting on local planning applications
  • Drighlington Play Area
  • Community Defibrillators
  • Speed Indication Devices [SID]
  • Community Grant Funding
  • Financial Support to the Village Events Committee
  • Local council projects
  • Alert relevant authorities to problems that arise or work that needs to be undertaken
  • Help the other tiers of local government keep in touch with their local communities.
  • Antisocial behaviour and Crime
  • Benfits and Support
  • Bins, Waste and recycling
  • Births, marriages, deaths and citizenship
  • Business and Licensing
  • Children and Families
  • Council and Democracy
  • Council Tax
  • Environmental Health
  • Health and Social Care
  • Housing
  • Jobs, Skills and Training
  • Leisure and attractions
  • Libraries
  • Parking, roads and travel
  • Planning and Building
  • Public Health
  • Schools and Education

Check the services above before submitting your enquiry to make sure the issue you have is being reported to the correct department, ie Parish Council or Leeds City Council.

Report an issue in the village – contact reporting form clerk@drighlingtonparishcouncil.gov.uk