There will be those who enjoy this kind of spectacle and the sport of the political pantomime; the YouTube recording will no doubt be widely viewed. But with these kinds of scenes, the important political points are lost and important issues are relegated to a sideshow.
Councillor John Dennis in his speech today as South West Holderness representative will ask the council for additional investments in the local highways network as a planning condition of granting permission to build the new crematorium.
THE CREMATORIUM earmarked for Lelley Road, Preston continues to generate controversy. The Liberal Democrat group on the council say that its members will be challenging the business case for the crematorium as “full of holes” at the full ERYC council meeting tomorrow
Become better at finding out what’s planned on your doorstep using the council’s Public Access website.
one.network is a very useful online service that displays traffic disruption information including roadworks taking place in the local area.
Hull City Council has objected to East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning application to build a new crematorium on Lelley Road, Preston. Hull raises the prospect of a situation where there would be an overcapacity of provision as the two authorities compete with each other as crematorium operators.
PENSANA Rare Earths PLC is proposing to build a new processing facility on a site at the Saltend Chemicals Park. It will be the UK’s first rare earth materials processing facility. But there are early problems with planning.
“Pathetic!” was the retort of Preston traffic campaigner after studying the proposed Crematorium ‘Road Safety’ reviews published by consultants on behalf of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Could our communities cope in an emergency? Emergencies, disruptions to normal life, are not always predictable so preparing for the unpredictable – and even the unthinkable – is obviously of great importance.
IF YOU are new to the area, or if you just need a reminder, the East Riding of Yorkshire Council has a quick and easy way to find out when you need to put your wheelie bins out, and which colour (green, blue or brown).
PERMISSION REFUSED. Plan to demolish the old Hedon Post Office building and replace it with two business units and two first floor flats did not get permission.
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 […]