East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Planning Committee has approved planning permission to build a new crematorium to be called “Lelley Fields” in Holderness.
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 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!?
DON’T BE THE LINK, STOP THE SPREAD, SAVE LIVES! Message from the leader of the ERYC Cllr Richard Burton: “I’m afraid we all need to make some personal sacrifices right now, in various aspects of our daily life, if we are to keep the East Riding as a safe place to live, work, shop, learn, play, invest and visit…”
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.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council has produced its COVID-19 Outbreak Control Plan which is aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19 and quickly controlling any outbreaks which do occur.
INMANS Primary School has put itself at the heart of the community in Hedon by buying a defibrillator.
FOLLOWING almost three years of planning consideration, the Yorkshire Energy Park looks set to proceed after the Secretary of State decides against ‘calling in’ the planning application. Photo: Planning Committee makes decision in November 2019.
Household waste recycling sites across the East Riding, including the one on Staithes Road, are to reopen next week to give residents the chance to dispose of essential waste – but strict measures will be in place as the lockdown continues.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has paid out Government grant payments to 1,942 small businesses today (Wednesday 1 April) worth a total of £19,420,000.
WITH the preponderance of malicious ‘fake news’ on social media, and the terrible pandemic impacting on us all, then the idea of pulling off a light-hearted April Fool’s prank is no longer very appealing. However, in calmer times the Hedon Blog (HU12 Online) has never shied away from the odd trick or two.
A Coranavirus Update from East Riding of Yorkshire Councillors John Dennis, Sue Steel and Mike Bryan, the Ward Members for South West Holderness: The East Riding of Yorkshire Council, together with nearby Local Authorities and many other Agencies would like to stress that they are working hand-in-hand to […]