Julian Sturdy, Member of Parliament for York Outer, today urged the government to ensure greater focus on commercialising research to generate economic growth as part of its plans for raising UK spending on R and D (research and development).
The council and its local health partners have joined forces to work to secure the future of the Bootham Park site and have initiated a wide-ranging consultation exercise to capture as many viewpoints on potential public/private uses for the property as possible.
Julian Sturdy, the Member of Parliament for York Outer, today used the first House of Commons debate on the Agriculture Bill to speak up for the interests of local communities and farmers in York and North Yorkshire.
Early in the New Year councillors will have to set a budget for the next financial year (2019/20) and as part of this process the council is asking residents, businesses and community groups for their views as to what it could look like.
The City of York Council Conservative Group has welcomed the Government’s announcement that it is removing the Housing Revenue Account borrowing cap, meaning that there will be more central government funding available for council house building.
Mr Julian Sturdy, the Member of Parliament for York Outer has welcomes the Secretary of State for Transport announcement that York’s outer ring road will be one of the first schemes to receive investment from the Major Road Network fund.
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