City of York Council is preparing a new inspection programme with a revised licensing fee schedule to support new laws regarding the regulation of houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs), which come into effect on 1 October of this year.
The CYC Conservative Group motion for next Thursday’s full council meeting promises to prioritise keeping residents’ first collection of garden waste free of charge in the face of rising council expenditure.
York’s Conservative-led administration continues its relentless campaign against fly tipping with the creation of a new combined York/North Yorkshire task force to tackle the crime in rural areas of both authorities.
A £2.45 million investment at the former Burnholme Community College site is set to add improved sporting facilities at the proposed health and wellbeing campus being developed for the site. The money will allow the facilities to be open for 75 hours a week and will include a fitness gym with inc
Askham Bryan College will host York’s ninth annual Opportunities Fair on Wednesday 11 July, from 9.30am-2pm, giving young people with special educational needs a chance to investigate where their talents might take them in the future.
"Yesterday I was privileged and lucky enough to have been invited to see at first hand the opening day of the four-day LIVEX18 event organised by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the British Army at the Army Medical Services Training Centre in my home ward of Strensall.
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