NOTIFICATION FROM NYCC – CARRIAGEWAY PATCHING WORKS

C229, ERYHOLME LANE, ERYHOLME – CARRIAGEWAY PATCHING WORKS

This is to inform you that Lane Rental Services on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council, will be undertaking carriageway patching works at the above location.

The works are currently programmed to commence on Monday 14th November 2022 and will be carried out under a full road closure between the hours of 07:30 – 17:00 for a period of three weekdays. A plan showing the extent of the works is enclosed for your information.

Advance warning signage advising of the works will be installed on site shortly. Whilst the works are in progress, a fully signed diversion will be in place. On-site personnel will assist in managing access to properties and businesses within the closure. Please be advised there may be extended periods when access will not be possible due to the nature of the works and physical constraints of the site.

Please note, this work is part of an extensive programme and therefore, some adjustment to this start date or the duration of the works may be necessary should unforeseen circumstances such as significant weather events or emergencies on the highway network arise.

To ensure the delivery of these works we request your assistance in the following ways:

· Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 01609 780780, to identify any special access needs you may have prior to work commencing.

· Please make arrangements to store your vehicle at an alternative location

· Please co-operate and comply with any instructions issued by the traffic management operatives and take extra care whilst within the works area.

May I draw your attention to the County Councils Corporate Privacy Policy by using the following link https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/privacy-notices. When submitting a response, we will record personal information including your name and address.

For further information, including diversion information and to sign up for alerts please go to;

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/30550/Public-notices

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption that these works may cause and would again request your cooperation to help ensure an efficiently and safely executed project.

Yours faithfully

Customer Service Centre

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NYCC Notification – Carriageway Patching Works

C118, CHURCH BANK CARPERBY – CARRIAGEWAY PATCHING WORKS

This letter is to inform you that Lane Rental Services on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council, will be undertaking carriageway patching works at the above location.

The works are currently programmed to commence on Friday 18th November 2022 and will be carried out under a full road closure between the hours of 07:30 – 17:00 for a period of three weekdays. A plan showing the extent of the works is enclosed for your information.

Advance warning signage advising of the works will be installed on site shortly.  Whilst the works are in progress, a fully signed diversion will be in place. On-site personnel will assist in managing access to properties and businesses within the closure.  Please be advised there may be extended periods when access will not be possible due to the nature of the works and physical constraints of the site.  Pedestrian access will be maintained.

Please note, this work is part of an extensive programme and therefore, some adjustment to this start date or the duration of the works may be necessary should unforeseen circumstances such as significant weather events or emergencies on the highway network arise.

To ensure the delivery of these works we request your assistance in the following ways:

  • Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 01609 780780, to identify any special access needs you may have prior to work commencing.
  • Please make arrangements to store your vehicle at an alternative location
  • Please co-operate and comply with any instructions issued by the traffic management operatives and take extra care whilst within the works area.

May I draw your attention to the County Councils Corporate Privacy Policy by using the following link https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/privacy-notices. When submitting a response, we will record personal information including your name and address.

For further information, including diversion information and to sign up for alerts please go to;

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/30550/Public-notices

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption that these works may cause and would again request your cooperation to help ensure an efficiently and safely executed project.

Yours faithfully

Customer Service Centre

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Crime Bulletin

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NYCC Notification – Carriageway resurfacing

C28 LUCY CROSS TO ALDBROUGH ST JOHN

This letter is to inform you that Lane Rental Services on behalf of North Yorkshire County Council, will be undertaking carriageway resurfacing works at the above location.

The works are currently programmed to commence on Wednesday 9th November and will be carried out under a full road closure between the hours of 07:30 – 17:00 for a period of six weekdays.  A plan showing the extent of the works is enclosed for your information.

Advance warning signage advising of the works will be installed on site shortly.  Whilst the works are in progress, a fully signed diversion will be in place. On-site personnel will assist in managing access to properties and businesses within the closure.  Please be advised there may be extended periods when access will not be possible due to the nature of the works and physical constraints of the site.  Pedestrian and Emergency Services access will be maintained.

Please note, this work is part of an extensive programme and therefore, some adjustment to this start date or the duration of the works may be necessary should unforeseen circumstances such as significant weather events or emergencies on the highway network arise.

To ensure the delivery of these works we request your assistance in the following ways:

  • Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 01609 780780, to identify any special access needs you may have prior to work commencing.
  • Please make arrangements to store your vehicle at an alternative location
  • Please co-operate and comply with any instructions issued by the traffic management operatives and take extra care whilst within the works area.

May I draw your attention to the County Councils Corporate Privacy Policy by using the following link https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/privacy-notices. When submitting a response, we will record personal information including your name and address.

For further information, including diversion information and to sign up for alerts please go to;

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/30550/Public-notices

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption that these works may cause and would again request your cooperation to help ensure an efficiently and safely executed project.

Yours faithfully

Customer Service Centre

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NOTIFICATION – C12, WEST LANE, MELSONBY – CARRIAGEWAY MAINTENANCE

This is to inform you that North Yorkshire County Council, will be resetting gullies and manholes within the carriageway at the above location.

The works are currently programmed to commence on Thursday 03rd November 2022 and will be carried out under temporary traffic lights between the hours of 07:30 – 17:00 for a period of two weekdays. A plan showing the extent of the works is enclosed for your information.

Advance warning signage advising of the works will be installed on site shortly. Pedestrian access will be maintained.

Please note, this work is part of an extensive programme and therefore, some adjustment to this start date or the duration of the works may be necessary should unforeseen circumstances such as significant weather events or emergencies on the highway network arise.

To ensure the delivery of these works we request your assistance in the following ways:

• Please contact the Customer Service Centre on 01609 780780, to identify any special access needs you may have prior to work commencing.

• Please make arrangements to store your vehicle at an alternative location

• Please co-operate and comply with any instructions issued by the traffic management operatives and take extra care whilst within the works area.

May I draw your attention to the County Councils Corporate Privacy Policy by using the following link https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/privacy-notices. When submitting a response, we will record personal information including your name and address.

For further information, including diversion information and to sign up for alerts please go to;

http://www.northyorks.gov.uk/article/30550/Public-notices

I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for any disruption that these works may cause and would again request your cooperation to help ensure an efficiently and safely executed project.

Yours faithfully

Customer Service Centre

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‘Let’s Talk’ Devolution – The consultation is now live

The public are given chance to help shape future of devolution.

Hundreds of thousands of people across York and North Yorkshire are being given the chance to help to shape the region’s economic future that could bring benefits for generations to come.

A major consultation is being launched today (Friday, October 21) to give residents, community groups and businesses as well as academic institutions, charities and voluntary organisations the chance to share their views on a much-anticipated proposed devolution deal for York and North Yorkshire.

The draft deal offers devolved powers and millions of pounds in funding to provide better roads and public transport, improve education and job opportunities, boost economic growth and places York and North Yorkshire at the forefront of the green energy sector to tackle climate change.

Residents are also set to be given the chance to elect a mayor to champion the region at a national level and to help to ensure the Government delivers on commitments to level up opportunities in York and North Yorkshire.     

The planned 30-year deal has the potential to bring wide-ranging benefits for future generations to tackle regional inequalities by not only reducing the North-South divide nationally, but also helping to resolve economic differences between urban and rural areas.

North Yorkshire County Council’s leader, Cllr Carl Les, said: “Today marks an important milestone for the journey towards us securing a devolution deal for York and North Yorkshire.

“We really need the public to come forward and give us their views on what is important to them and how devolution can benefit communities and businesses across York and North Yorkshire.

“The chance to secure these decision-making powers and millions of pounds in funding from the Government is set to prove a life-changing opportunity for more than 800,000 people who live and work in York and North Yorkshire.

“Devolution will give local leaders the chance to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing people in York and North Yorkshire – whether that be providing more affordable housing, improving skills and education for better job opportunities, boosting transport infrastructure or tackling the climate crisis.

“This is about creating a brighter and more prosperous future for us all, and I would urge the vitally important business sector in North Yorkshire to come forward in particular, as business owners and entrepreneurs will be key in shaping the economy with the benefits of devolution.” 

City of York Council’s leader, Cllr Keith Aspden, added: “Given the levels of funding and devolved powers on offer, devolution presents a real opportunity for York not just to secure investment, but also to have greater influence over matters that our communities care about.

“The timing of this proposed deal could not be more important, giving us the opportunity to unlock 30 years of investment to improve economic prosperity, education and transport as well as work towards becoming the first carbon negative region in the country.

“In the next seven weeks, I hope residents and businesses will take the opportunity to engage in this momentous decision for York and North Yorkshire, sharing their views on the full range of proposals.”

Devolution is a key policy of the Government, handing over decision-making powers to local political leaders and providing millions of pounds in funding to shape hugely important policies and projects on a regional level.

The mayor, who would be elected in May 2024 if the proposed deal comes to fruition, would lead a new powerful combined authority that would oversee key strategic projects ranging from major transport improvements to providing more affordable housing and boosting skills and education for York and North Yorkshire.

Politicians and senior officers from City of York Council as well as North Yorkshire County Council and district and borough authorities undertook detailed negotiations with the Government to draw up the proposed devolution deal, which was unveiled on the annual Yorkshire Day celebrations on August 1. The chairwoman of the York and North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Helen Simpson OBE, said: “This is a historic moment for York and North Yorkshire

and creates the opportunity to deliver long-term investment to support business growth.

“I’d like to invite business leaders across the region to contribute to this consultation.

“We need to ensure the business voice is heard and that this investment is unlocked to deliver the new jobs and growth across our great region.”

A mayoral combined authority would mirror similar arrangements that are already in place in areas including the Tees Valley and West Yorkshire.

Key areas of focus for the new mayoral combined authority would include unlocking additional investment for the region and supporting businesses as well as growing the economy and improving employment opportunities.

The combined authority would also oversee projects to build better digital and transport connections, along with providing more affordable housing and supporting action to reduce harmful carbon emissions, which contribute to climate change.

Councils representing the City of York and North Yorkshire will remain, working to deliver vital services to residents.

A submission to pursue a devolution deal for York and North Yorkshire was submitted to the Government in 2020, and formal negotiations began at the start of this year. To find out more about the proposed devolution deal and to take part in the consultation, which runs until Friday, December 16, visit www.ynydevolution.com

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Parish Information Booklet 2022

The booklet is for newcomers to the village. Please download and share with everyone who will benefit from this.

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Crime Bulletin – August 2022

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NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Council Tax Reduction Consultation

The Parish Council would encourage residents to take part in this survey. Please can you share this with others as it is important that everyone is aware of this and has the opportunity to complete the survey. This will formulate the new scheme from April 2023.

NORTH YORKSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Council Tax Reduction Consultation. Please take part.

A new Council Tax Reduction Scheme for North Yorkshire Council

From next year there will be a new single council in North Yorkshire. The new North Yorkshire Council will replace the seven district and borough councils as well as the county council. All eight councils are working together to make sure that the services people value continue as usual when North Yorkshire Council comes into being on 1 April 2023.

Having one council means services can be strengthened and joined up to improve the quality of life and opportunities for people across North Yorkshire. It will also save money by reducing duplication to put back into frontline services and support local priorities and decision-making.

Currently the seven borough and district councils all have slightly different Council Tax Reduction schemes, and by law North Yorkshire Council must introduce a single scheme covering the whole of the North Yorkshire area. Council Tax Reduction is a discount that helps people on low incomes pay their Council Tax bill. The proposal is to introduce an income banded scheme that is more supportive, with the maximum level of reduction for the people most in need.

The changes to the Council Tax Reduction Scheme will affect working age households in the North Yorkshire area who will get Council Tax Reduction from 1 April 2023. Pension age households will not see any change as the scheme to support this group is set out by Central Government.

Most applicants will get the same support as they do now and many will be better off. Although some households will have a little more to pay, the proposals set out plans for a hardship fund so that anyone affected who needs additional help will be supported. People are invited to share their views on the proposed changes as part of a consultation.

A link to take part in the consultation and more detailed information can be found at www.northyorks.gov.uk/CouncilTaxReduction. The consultation will close at midnight on 18 September 2022. All comments and feedback will be considered in October, before a final decision is made in November.

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The Stepping Up Programme

The programme is being ran by North Yorkshire Police and North Yorkshire Sport and referrals can be made direct to the scheme. Please share as you feel appropriate.

Stepping up is an early intervention and prevention programme for young people beginning to show signs of engaging in risky behaviour. This may be appearing at School, Home or within the local community. Stepping Up draws on a young persons strengths and interests. There are two strands to Stepping up and a young person can engage in both or just one dependent on need. The first is that a young person will receive mentoring from one of our mentors. Our mentors will work with a young person to raise aspiration, motivation, confidence and look to develop an action plan to support the development of that young persons skills. Initially a young person will have 4 sessions booked in and then from there will determine the next steps. The second element is positive community diversionary activity. By building on the young persons strengths and interest we will support them into local provision within the area they live.

To find out more, visit our website;

northyorkshiresport.co.uk or get in touch with us;

jody@northyorkshiresport.co.uk

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