Liberal Democrats continue to invest in York’s frontline services, protect libraries and support vulnerable residents

Despite years of Conservative Government cuts to the Council’s budget, the Council has released its budget plans for 2019/20; securing further investment in York’s frontline services, providing a financial boost to our libraries and supporting vulnerable residents across the city.

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New evidence reinforces Local Plan approach

According to newly published evidence from the Council’s advisors, GL Hearn, the housing numbers provided in the City’s recently submitted Local Plan robustly meet the City’s needs, after having taken into account new data on projected population growth and predicted demographic changes in York.

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Local Councillor and business owner raises concern over No-Deal Brexit

Cllr Sue Hunter, Liberal Democrat Councillor for Westfield and small business owner, has expressed serious concern over the possible implications a No-Deal Brexit on her business here in York.

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Councillor calls for crossing improvements

Cllr Sue Hunter, Liberal Democrat Councillor for Westfield, has called on the Council to make urgent improvements to the pedestrian crossing on Acomb Front Street, outside Vyner House.

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£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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