£1.6m to Help Tackle Bus Pollution in York

Conservative led City of York Council is set to invest £1.6million in a new Clean Air Zone (CAZ) in York, which is aimed at improving exhaust emissions from local bus services.

Response to Lib Dem Brexit letter from Cllr. Ian Gillies

“I have been asked by the Leaders of the Liberal Democratic and Green Groups, on behalf of the Conservative Group, to endorse a letter in advance of the Executive Meeting on Thursday to the City’s M.P.’s and Government Ministers.

For clarity, the resolutions detailed in the motion are:

Councillor to councillor: Let’s meet for the good of Acomb

Acomb Ward Conservative councillor Keith Myers has issued an invitation to his Labour counterpart to meet for ward meetings after it has emerged that Cllr. Stuart Barnes has met only six times in the last 3 ½ years with his ward colleague and ward officers, and not once in 2018.

York Outer MP supports Small Business Saturday

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 infrastructure funding on Executive agenda

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

Learn about self-build plots at Lowfield

Residents interested in building their own homes are invited to meet a range of experts at West Offices ahead of the opening of bidding for the council’s first ever self-build plots.