Scarborough Bridge is set to close to pedestrians from Sat 26 January whilst the existing bridge is removed and the new improved bridge is put in place. The new bridge is scheduled to open in March.
Exciting plans to create new cultural experiences for York residents will be considered by City of York Council’s Executive Member for Leisure, Culture and Tourism next week (Friday 25 January).
As part of a series of briefings for anyone who is interested in standing for local council elections on 2 May, a briefing session for prospective independent candidates will take place this month.
Two dads from York have stepped in to help their local community by being lollipop men at their children’s local school.
Today, [16 January 19] York Magistrates fined a York swimming school £1,500 after identifying health and safety failings that led to an outbreak of a parasitic infection.
Big changes are underway to transform York’s play equipment and play areas for children across the city.
City of York Council is proposing extra investment in its biggest house-building programme since the 1970s, following the removal of a borrowing cap.
York Magistrates have sentenced three men for urinating in public, and ordered them to pay a total £1331.00.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published a report of its review of York’s health and care systems in November 2018.
The Minster Precinct could become the second non-parished area in York to have its own Neighbourhood Plan Area if agreed.