Stuart Rawlings

Councillor - Rawcliffe and Clifton Without

News

September jobs fair full of opportunities

The latest in a series of extremely successful York Jobs Fairs will take place on Wednesday 26th September from 10am to 2pm at the York Railway Institute, Queen Street.

Success! Massive Storage Unit on Water Lane Rejected

We are delighted to inform you that the application for a massive 10m tall steel walled self-storage facility on Water Lane – neighbouring residential properties - was rejected on 09/08/2018 by the City of York Council’s Area Planning Committee. 

Conservatives Support ‘Greater Yorkshire’ Devolution

CYC Conservative councillors have put forward a motion for next Thursday’s full council meeting  proposing the council support a ‘Greater Yorkshire’ way forward on devolution, promoting  an arrangement  which would incorporate Yorkshire’s three traditional ridings less the separate South Yorkshir

York leads the way on government childcare initiatives

As the Executive Member for Education, Children and Young People on the City of York Council I was delighted when York was chosen as one of only eight councils to host a trial of the expansion of the government's childcare initiative, testing the outcomes of an increase in free childcare for elig

Conservatives welcome £1.3 billion boost to schools budget

Cllr. Stuart Rawlings, Conservative spokesperson for schools and young people, has welcomed this week’s announcement that the government will be providing an additional £1.3 billion for schools funding over two years- helping to create more good school places York.

2,000 York children get free childcare places

York’s childcare pilot project to provide 30 hours of free childcare a week for parents of three and four year olds has been a runaway success and has significantly exceeded the target set for it by the Government, with an extra 900 children taking up this offer.