£1.6 million secured for York’s Clean Air Zone

Following Executive approval, City of York Council will now invest £1.6 million in York’s new Clean Air Zone, the first voluntary Clean Air Zone in the country.

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Council to embark on biggest house building programme since the 1970s

Plans have been approved for the Council to embark on its biggest house-building programme since the 1970s, following the removal of the HRA borrowing cap.

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Questions over Adult Social Care funding still remain unanswered

Questions regarding the long-term sustainable funding of crucial adult social care services here in York continue to be avoided by the Conservative Government.

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Government must back Clean Air Strategy and local Councils

The Liberal Democrats have called on the Government to back its newly published strategy on Air Pollution and financially support the Council to further tackle poor air here in York.

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£1.6m investment proposal for York’s Clean Air Zone

Following efforts of Liberal Democrat Councillors, a proposal will be taken to the Council Executive to approve a £1.6 million investment in York’s new Clean Air Zone.

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New ‘refill’ initiatives to tackle blight of single-use plastics

New refill schemes will soon expand here in York, as part of a renewed effort to help reduce single-use plastics across the city.

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Group Statement: Formal complaint to be submitted after slow, unfair and expensive process

After two years, Cllr Keith Aspden has been found to have not breached the council code of conduct for a range of unfounded allegations, following a long-awaited public hearing and extensive cross examination. The councillor will not face any sanctions.

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Standards Update: Councillor Keith Aspden found to have not breached the code of conduct for key allegations

The Liberal Democrat Group is pleased that after two years, Cllr Keith Aspden has been found to have not breached the council code of conduct for key allegations, following a long-awaited public hearing and extensive cross examination. The councillor will not face any sanctions.

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Standards Update: Shock as over £70,000 wasted by Council on slow and unfair process.

The Liberal Democrat group have outlined their shock and disappointment, as it was found that over £70,000 of council taxpayers’ money had been spent so far on processes described by the group throughout as unjust, unwarranted and unprecedented.

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Help save Askham Bog!

Following news that a planning application has been submitted for up to 516 homes to be built on land off Moor Lane in Woodthorpe, local Liberal Democrat Councillors have reiterated their opposition to the proposed development.

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