Kippax Common Community Consultation

Have your say on Kippax Common!

Kippax Parish Council (in partnership with Leeds City Council) are embarking on a project to improve Kippax Common Recreation Ground (off Green Avenue, Kippax, LS25 7DP) to make it an even better place to play, connect and relax. 

We want to hear your thoughts and ideas to make sure our plans capture the desires and requirements of our whole community.

Please share your feedback honestly and constructively using this survey.
EXTENDED Deadline for submissions: Sunday 24th October 2021

We're looking forward to hearing from you,
Kippax Parish Council


Complete the survey:

Fill in the survey online here
Download a copy of the survey here


Hard copies of the survey can be returned to the drop-off points at Kippax Coop, Kippax Sainsburys, Kippax Leisure Centre or Kippax Community Hub (library). Alternatively, they can be posted back to 6 The Crest, Kippax, Leeds, LS25 7NN. (Cost to sender) 

Next Steps

Here's what happens after we've received all your responses:


  • Responses are analysed by Kippax Parish Council (KPC)
  • KPC work with Leeds City Council and Groundwork to create plans and visuals for the site
  • KPC organise drop-in sessions for the community to view the plans and feedback
  • Kippax Common 'Masterplan' is finalised 
  • KPC works with Groundwork to apply for relevant planning permissions 
  • KPC works with Groundwork to apply for additional funding
  • Work begins to deliver the plans


There will be opportunities to feedback on the designs after you have completed this survey and we will be keeping you updated on this page. We will also be working closely with local groups and organisations to gather lots of ideas and feedback.

Kippax Parish Council have allocated some funding for this project and will also be applying for funding from other organisations to support the project and increase the speed in which the Masterplan can be delivered.

If you have any further questions or information on funding, please contact or consider attending a Youth and Leisure Committee meeting.