Liberal Democrats set out plans to help young carers

The Liberal Democrats have today passed new plans to address the pressures faced by young carers, including giving young carers a free bus pass.

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Liberal Democrats back calls to ‘Power up the North’ at Convention of the North

Cllr Keith Aspden, Liberal Democrat Leader of the Council, has backed calls at the Convention of the North to demand that the Government adequately invest in public services, infrastructure and transport, in York and across the region.

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Former York Tory Deputy Leader joins the Liberal Democrats

Former York Conservative Deputy Leader, Paul Healey, who served as a Conservative Councillor for 8 years, representing Rural West York Ward, has joined the Liberal Democrats.

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Over £4.5 million now available for York’s local communities

Over £4.5 million has been made available for York’s local communities, following a decision made tonight by the Council’s Executive (29th August 2019).

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York’s new My City Centre strategy signed-off

York’s new My City Centre project; a strategy which will engage residents, businesses and visitors to determine the social, environmental and economic vision for the city centre, has received Executive approval.

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Council action on weeds branded ‘poor’, as Partnership demands new measures on weed control

Over recent months, weeds in parts of the city have overgrown to unacceptable levels and it is clear that the Council’s response to this issue needs to improve.

 

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Government’s unravelling HS2 Policy leaves York and the North in the dark

With news that the Government has launched a review of HS2 and whether it should proceed with the project, Liberal Democrats Councillors in York are calling on the Government to ensure that investment in the North’s rail infrastructure is not scrapped.

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Over £4.5 million proposed for York’s local communities

Over £4.5 million will be made available for local communities, should plans be approved by the Council’s Executive next week on the 29th August.

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Askham Bog planning inquiry due to take place, as developers appeal decision to refuse planning permission

City of York Council has received notification from the Planning Inspectorate that the applicant for the Moor Lane planning application has appealed the Council’s decision to refuse the outline permission for up to 516 residential units near the Askham Bog site.

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Fulford show to be held on August Bank Holiday

This year’s Fulford Show will be held once again on August Bank Holiday Monday, 26th August, to raise money for local and national charities. The show will take place between 1pm and 5pm on the School Lane playing field and in the Social Hall, Fulford.

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