Investment secured to support school building improvements

Significant investment to help some of York’s schools deal with urgent maintenance issues and to enhance school buildings is being recommended for approval at the Council’s Executive on Thursday 15th March.

Read more

Services at York Hospital ‘most improved’ after recent CQC inspection

York Hospital has seen its service rating upgraded to ‘Good’ after a recent a team of CQC inspectors visited York, Scarborough, and Bridlington Hospitals to check on the quality of core services.

Read more

Notification of School Closures – Where to look?

As snow and freezing temperatures persist, many schools across York have had to remain closed for the safety of pupils and staff.

Read more

Huntington’s new sight and hearing impairment service to be rolled out across the City

The Yorsensory Outreach Mobile Unit, a sight and hearing impairment service provided by the Wilberforce Trust, is due to hit the roads over the coming weeks and visit communities across York.

Read more

Statement from Councillor Keith Aspden, Liberal Democrat Group Leader

At tonight’s meeting two Conservative councillors announced that they would be resigning from the Conservative Group. 

Read more

Councillor Jackson encourages residents to report treacherous potholes

Cllr Sheena Jackson, Liberal Democrat Ward Councillor for Westfield, is urging residents to report troublesome potholes on their local roads.

Read more

Liberal Democrats surge to second place in Holgate by-election

The Liberal Democrats are celebrating a strong second place in the Holgate by-election, thanks to the efforts of local candidate, Emma Keef.

Read more

£500K Investment in Flood Defences for Fulford

Over the next two years, a total of £500,000 is planned to be spent by the Council on additional flood defences for Fulford, in particular to protect the Fordlands Road community.

Read more

Universal Credit and its impact in York - Call for Evidence

Later this year, a Council report regarding the impact of Universal Credit and it’s rollout in York will be presented to the Executive Member for Adult Social Care. As part of this, the Liberal Democrats would like to hear from residents about their experiences of accessing Universal Credit.

Read more

Liberal Democrats invest over £3 million in Adult Social Care and stand up for vulnerable residents

At tonight’s meeting of the Council’s Executive, Liberal Democrats Councillors have secured over £3 million investment in York’s Adult Social Care system, as part of the recommendations for the 2018/19 budget.

Read more

Sign in with Facebook, Twitter or Email.