TWO CHARGING POINTS for electric vehicles are now available in the Iveson Close car park in Hedon. They are part of the Hubsta Network.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is encouraging people to support their local high street by choosing to ‘Do It For East Yorkshire’. Following the Government’s guidelines and the roadmap, residents will have the chance to safely rediscover those businesses which are now able to reopen and the businesses […]
RESTART GRANTS to support non-essential retail, hospitality, accommodation, leisure, personal care and gym businesses in the East Riding and across England will be available from Thursday, 1 April 2021.
At its last Emergency Planning Committee meeting, Hedon Town Council agreed to put in a request to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) to conduct a winter salting review for the town.
ERYC PLANNING COMMITTEE approved the first steps yesterday towards the eventual development of the Humber International Enterprise Park.
A BY-ELECTION will take place on Thursday, May 6, 2021. It is to elect a new councillor for the South West Holderness Ward. The Conservatives have announced that David Winter is their candidate. Mr Winter has introduced himself via a letter to electors.
Increased public access to environmental information leads to greater awareness of such matters, and more effective participation in decisionmaking. The aim is a better environment.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) is holding a Zoom briefing for potential candidates in the May 6 elections. The pre-nomination briefing is on Thurs 11 March 2021 at 6pm. It will focus on the nominations process and outline some of the election arrangements.
There is a vacancy for a councillor for the South East Holderness Ward of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
A MAN from Hull has paid a fixed penalty notice for failing in his duty of care to ensure that his waste was taken by a registered waste carrier. The waste fly-tipped on Hedon bypass comprised of garden waste, clothing, bedding and general household waste.
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.
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