Local campaign for Fulford’s joined up flood plan continues

As work continues on the Germany Beck junction, which is now coming into operation with flood defence walls for the A19, Councillor Keith Aspden has reiterated his calls for a joined up flood plan for the wider area.

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Brexit preparations to be discussed by Council Executive

Preparations in the event of a ‘no deal’ Brexit are to be discussed by the Council’s Executive after a report was published today underlining the efforts being taken to ensure continuity across the city.

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Celebrate Libraries Week this October

Libraries Week is taking place this week in a nationwide effort to celebrate our libraries and acknowledge the positive impact they have on our communities.

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New employment figures show York has highest number of jobs ever seen

Newly published statistics from the ONS reveal that York now has the highest number of jobs ever seen in the city.

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City Centre Air Quality Management Area expands as Annual Air Quality Report highlights improvements

York’s city centre Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) has been expanded, after a decision was taken to include Coppergate. This comes after a recent presentation of York’s Annual Air Quality Status Report, which commends the Council’s successful approach to tackling poor air quality.

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Community Stadium construction on schedule for May completion

Enormous progress continues to be made on delivering York’s new Community Stadium and Leisure Complex, as highlighted in a report to the Executive tonight.

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Older Persons Accommodation Programme receives £100 million investment boost

Over 900 units of accommodation for older people will be delivered by 2020 as part of the ambitious Older Persons Accommodation Programme in York.

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Liberal Democrat’s call for voice of tenants to be reinstated

Liberal Democrat Councillors have called on the Council to support and restore the York Residents’ Federation, the voice for tenants and residents associations in the city, following a recent collapse of the Federation.

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Liberal Democrats look to end discrimination in mental health

The Liberal Democrats are calling for reform of the Mental Health Act in a move to remove discrimination in the UK's mental health services and support our mental health services in York and across the country.

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Liberal Democrat’s outline new vision to empower local communities

The Liberal Democrat’s have reaffirmed their commitment to devolve powers to local people and communities and take away imposed decision making from Westminster.

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