Rawcliffe and Clifton Without Conservative councillors Stuart Rawlings, Sam Lisle and Peter Dew have worked with Yorkshire Water to secure a new action plan to address smells from the company’s Rawcliffe waste water treatment works.
The CYC Conservative Group’s motion for this Thursday’s Full Council asks officers to identify and support small areas of open space and informal green areas both within the city centre and in surrounding villages to create or to help foster amenity areas for local communities.
Julian Sturdy, Member of Parliament for York Outer, has once again supported the ‘Small Business Saturday’ initiative, this year visiting Swains butchers based in Copmanthorpe. Small Business Saturday celebrates the contribution of small and medium sized businesses across the country.
York Central, the city’s huge 72 hectare brownfield development site, will be on the agenda at next Thursday’s meeting of the Conservative-led Executive, which will consider the investment case for the York Central Enterprise Zone and recommend that full council establish a capital budget to impl
The nearly 1,500 responses received from the extensive public consultation regarding the York Station front project have had a positive impact on the project masterplan, leading to design changes that councillors will consider when they receive a project update at their Executive meeting on Thurs
Last Friday Julian Sturdy, Member of Parliament for York Outer, visited The Hungry Horse in Skelton to see first-hand how they are reducing their plastic waste contribution by replacing plastic straws with a sustainable alternative.
Council leaders will be asked to consider the return of this summer’s very successful pop-up Rose Theatre and a new Viking Experience event on Castle car park, subject to planning permission and other relevant statutory approvals, at their Executive meeting on Thursday 25 October.
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