A NEW Kingston Upon Hull East Parliamentary County Constituency including South West Holderness? Have your say!
Chair Steve Gallant says that the current proposals contain lots of anomalies, need rethinking, and the character of the constituency should be preserved. But the BCE proposals are not “a done deal” he says and urges people to have their say.
THE BOUNDARY REVIEW of Parliamentary constituencies announced yesterday has provoked strong reactions, particularly from MP Graham Stuart and local South West Holderness Councillors.
IT HAS BEEN proposed by the Boundary Commission for England (BCE) that in 2023 a new Kingston Upon Hull East Parliamentary County Constituency is formed that would incorporate the current South West Holderness Ward (Hedon, Paull, Preston, Thorngumbald, etc).
THE PRODUCTION of next year’s Hedon Town Calendar has been mired by social media accusations that some town councillors have acted in a ‘spiteful’ way when making the decision about its printing. We look at those issues…
With the South West Holderness Election Results in, the election campaigns conducted by the different candidates merit some scrutiny. What impact did they make on the result? Is a Preston Bypass now on the agenda?
THIS WEEKEND English football is coming together with sports and other organisations, to boycott social media and demand change to #StopOnlineAbuse. A range of organisations will be switching off their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts, from 3pm Friday 30 April to 11.59pm on Monday 3 May.
Has adequate public consultation on the proposed development taken place? The planning committee deferred the application to allow time for statutory comments to be submitted, but also time for more public engagement to take place. The quality of the consultation was raised in the presentations.
A pre-Planning Committee presentation takes place today (Mon 15 March) at 2 pm regarding the proposed Hedon Haven development. Associated British Ports (ABP) aims to build the Humber International Enterprise Park on the Hedon Haven.
THE BUDGET yesterday announced the creation of eight new English Freeports one of which will be based in the Humber. Humber Freeport status will have ramifications for the local area.
The numbers presented here are a few of those quoted in the opening remarks of those speaking in the Hedon Haven development planning application debate. Some you will recognise, others perhaps not!?
Defer and consult says council committee – but will we see meaningful consultation? AS EXPECTED the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Planning Committee agreed this afternoon to defer the planning application from Associated British Ports (ABP) to construct the Humber International Enterprise Park on the Hedon Haven. But […]