Innovative projects get the go-ahead

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

Two innovative projects in the Hob Moor area of the city have moved a step closer this week with plans now approved for both schemes.

Work starts in Clifton to create 33 new homes for older people

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

A new phase of the council’s Older Person’s Accommodation Programme is starting, with work beginning to deliver 33 new homes in Clifton.

York apprenticeship recruitment event attendance at an all-time high

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

Hundreds of young people and parents attended the York apprenticeship recruitment event on March 6 2019, organised by City of York Council and the Apprenticeship Hub.

Further road closures as work continues on Stonebow, Fossgate and Pavement

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

As work nears an end on Stonebow, Pavement and Fossgate residents are being reminded of overnight road closures needed to finalise the project.

New Homeshare service bringing younger and older people together for mutual benefit

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

An innovative new service that matches older homeowners with younger people in a home-sharing arrangement is coming to York.

Popular falls prevention service moves into Holgate on its second anniversary

Published Friday, 22nd March 2019

A project to help prevent people falling in their own homes is expanding into a fifth ward in the city, in its second year of operation.

New fines for householders ignoring their duty of care

Published Thursday, 21st March 2019

Householders who are indirectly guilty of fly-tipping because they failed to check that the waste carrier they hired was properly licensed, may be issued with £250 fixed penalty notice.

Hospital patients get quicker access to social care

Published Thursday, 21st March 2019

Patients and their relatives can get on-site help from a team of adult social care experts for any support needed to help them prepare to leave hospital and when they are back home.

Five men ordered to pay over £1,600 for urinating in public.

Published Thursday, 21st March 2019

York Magistrates have sentenced five men £1,657 for urinating in public following joint working between City of York Council and North Yorkshire Police to tackle anti-social behaviour in the city.

Planning application for front of York Station submitted

Published Wednesday, 20th March 2019

Plans that will see the front of York Railway Station transformed with the removal of Queen Street Bridge and reorganising the layout leading into the station have been submitted today.

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