Liberal Democrats demand urgent Government action following Storm Dennis

Following the recent floods caused by Storm Dennis, Liberal Democrat Councillors in York have called on the Government to urgently invest in the city’s flood defences before the next major flooding incident occurs.

 

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Fresh calls for an improved flood plan for Fulford

In the wake of Storm Dennis, Cllr Keith Aspden, Liberal Democrat councillor for Fulford and Heslington, has reiterated calls for a joined-up flood plan for Fulford, following recurrent flooding on Fordlands Road.

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Storm Dennis update: action being taken to protect York

With more than 300 flood warnings being issued across the UK, and rivers continuing to rise, City of York Council is continuing to put in place measures across the city to protect homes, businesses and to keep York open for business.

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Proposals to progress York Outer Ring Road upgrades to be discussed

Proposals to progress the York Outer Ring Road roundabout scheme will be discussed by the Council Executive next week (13th February 2020).

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Proposals to invest in frontline services and local communities to be considered next week

Proposals to protect frontline services, invest in communities and tackle the climate emergency are to be discussed by senior Liberal Democrat and Green Councillors at a meeting next week (13 February).

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Local Lib Dem Councillors launch petition to save local bank

Local Liberal Democrat Councillors for Westfield have expressed their disappointment at plans to close the Lloyds Bank on Acomb Front Street and in response, have launched a petition calling on the Lloyds Banking Group to rethink the closure.

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York’s £1.6 million Clean Air Zone launches

York’s new £1.6 million Clean Air Zone, the first voluntary Clean Air Zone in the country, has launched today (31st January 2019).

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Northern Rail decision 'positive' step, but Government must commit to protect jobs in York

Following the Government's decision to remove Northern Rail from its franchise and nationalise the service from the 1st March, senior Liberal Democrat Councillors in York have welcomed the decision, but have urged the Government to commit ensuring that any future operator of the service remains in York.

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Council to continue work to help shape the future of Bootham Park

Following a meeting of the Council Executive tonight (21st January 2020), the Council will continue to utilise its influence to secure benefits for residents and communities on the Booth Park Hospital site.

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First phase of Castle Gateway project gets the green light

The first phase of the Castle Gateway scheme has been given the green light following approval from the Council Executive.

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