Armistice 100: Launching York's commemorations

As we approach the centenary of the end of the First World War, a launch event will be held later this year at York Minster, to mark the beginning of York’s 6 week period of remembrance to Armistice Day.

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Joint Administration seeks extra funding for York’s roads

In a recent letter to the Department for Transport (DfT), the Council's Joint Administration has called on the Government to provide more funding to speed up the series of repairs needed on York’s roads.

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York one step closer to securing £70 million for new homes

In an announcement made today, York has moved one step closer to securing £70m in Government investment to build up to 3300 new homes in the City.

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Queen Elizabeth and Imphal Barracks: MOD commit to exploring opportunities for retaining civilian posts

In a recent letter from Tobias Ellwood MP, the Ministry of Defence (MOD) have openly committed to working with the Council to explore potential opportunities for retaining civilian posts in York, despite the closures of Queen Elizabeth and Imphal Baracks.

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Local Plan: Liberal Democrats encourage residents to ensure their voice is heard

The next stage in the development of York’s Local Plan is currently underway and York’s Liberal Democrat Councillors are encouraging residents to give their feedback to central Government.

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Liberal Democrats welcome Festival of York Central

The 'Festival of York Central', is due to launch on Monday 19th March,  and will provide residents and businesses in York an opportunity get involved in one of the most important major developments; York Central.

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£738,000 to be invested in services for victims of domestic abuse

In tonight’s meeting of the Executive, a total of £738,000 was approved by Liberal Democrat Councillor, Cllr Carol Runciman, to be invested in providing services for victims of domestic abuse across York and North Yorkshire.

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M.E awareness: Liberal Democrats look to kick-start campaign on the hidden disease

In a motion to Council on the 22nd March, Liberal Democrat Councillors are looking to kick-start a campaign to raise awareness on the often overlooked and hidden disease; Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, otherwise known as M.E.
 
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Citizens Advice York: Service extended for a further 12 months

In an Executive Member Decision session held today, Cllr Carol Runciman, Liberal Democrat Executive Member for Financial Inclusion, has granted a 12-month extension to continue services run by Citizens Advice York.

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York Liberal Democrats support new policy to improve Health and Adult Social Care

York Liberal Democrats have joined calls to take significant measures in protecting our NHS and providing genuine support to health and adult social care in the UK.

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