City of York Council welcomes feedback from Local Plan inspectors

City of York Council welcomes the recent feedback it’s received from the two independent inspectors, who have been appointed to examine York’s Local Plan.

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Help improve York’s green spaces with the Forgotten Corners Fund

New funding has been made available to enhance and improve green spaces across the city.

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Ward funding provides summer fun for youngsters

Liberal Democrat Councillors in Westfield and Dringhouses & Woodthorpe wards have clubbed together to fund summer activities for local young people.

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Statement from Cllr Andrew Waller regarding East Coast Mainline funding announcement

A reliable and properly funded East Coast Main Line is pivotal to our region’s growth and any investment to the line is welcome. However, the Government’s approach to tackle these problems in a piecemeal way is not a strategic approach to solving the current capacity problem. This is only a small step in addressing the imbalance of investment, which is currently focussed on London and the South East of England.

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Liberal Democrats seek commitments on York’s Police and Fire & Rescue Services

In a motion put to Full Council on the 19th July, the Liberal Democrats are calling on the Council to stand up for York’s Police and Fire & Rescue service by demanding proper funding for both services.

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New Housing Delivery Programme given green light

A total of 550 new houses, including 220 affordable homes, will be delivered after the Council’s Executive approved a new housing delivery programme for the city.

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£2.45 million boost to Burnholme sports facilities

New and improved sports facilities have been given the green light to be delivered on the new health and wellbeing campus at the former Burnholme Community College site.

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£100,000 to help Front Street and Haxby

Plans to help increase visitor footfall in Front Street, Acomb and Haxby are set to get the green light next week.

Community groups in Acomb and Haxby could receive a share of £50k from City of York Council to provide immediate measures to help makeover their shopping areas.

A further £50k would be allocated to undertake a study exploring the long term trends in retail in these areas.

The draft Local Plan for York defines two secondary shopping areas in York on Front Street, Acomb and The Village, Haxby.  Residents, traders and community groups were asked for their ideas on ways to improve the shopping areas in 2017, which has since helped to identify a list of potential projects.

 

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Liberal Democrat’s launch campaign to protect fire & rescue services in York

The Liberal Democrats have launched a city-wide campaign calling on the Police & Crime Commissioner to maintain and protect fire & rescue services across York.

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Further consultation sought at flood defence meeting in Fulford

During a well-attended meeting on flood defences in Fulford, residents have called for further consultation on proposals to improve flood resilience in Fulford.

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