POLICE & CRIME Commissioner Jonathan Evison appeals to residents and businesses to help him develop his Police and Crime Plan for 2021-2024.
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).
RESIDENTS are being invited to have their say on proposed plans for housing and employment targets that will shape the future of the East Riding for years to come.
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.
The two consultation sessions last night, saw a 4-strong team from ABP present the case. Pre-booked speakers took turns to have their say.
THE PROJECT TEAM behind the proposals to develop a Humber International Enterprise Park at the Hedon Haven are to hold two online presentations on Tuesday 2 March 2021 and residents from Paull and Hedon are invited to sign up to take part or watch.
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.
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 […]
A public exhibition of the Crematorium proposals will be held on Tuesday, August 25 between 1pm and 7.30pm at the Preston Community Hall.
Councillor Dennis said: “Residents of the region will be pleased to hear about the East Riding’s proposals on the various investigations being carried out as part of the process. In particular, the section that a feasibility study on my proposal to create a bypass is to be taken seriously after many years of trying to get meaningful talks started.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Cabinet has approved, in principle, a proposal to build a new crematorium near to Preston in Holderness and will now go out to public consultation in July to support the development of a business case.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is seeking Cabinet approval, in principle, to consult and develop a business case to build a crematorium in Holderness. The proposed site of the crematorium is off Lelley Road, near Preston, in Holderness and it is anticipated that a planning application will be submitted later this year.