Cllr Keith Aspden, Leader of City of York Council, has welcomed the suggestion to move the House of Lords to York and has offered the council’s support to help civil servants progress the plans.
City of York Council and First York have announced that the annual increase in its standard return Park & Ride fare.
Ageing and outdated traffic signals at the Monk Bar junction of St Maurice’s Road / Monkgate/ Lord Major’s Walk are set to be replaced next month by City of York Council.
The Burnholme Link connects the city centre to Osbaldwick and the countryside beyond. It has new lighting and partial resurfacing and pedestrians and cyclists can share it year round.
Education leaders from across the region will meet in York later this month to discuss how to improve school curriculums.
York’s Castle car park could become a place to play, pray, eat lunch and enjoy wildlife in a future imagined by York residents.
City of York Council will be undertaking maintenance works on Tower Street and Fawcett Street from 27 January for three nights (weather permitting) between 8.30pm till 5am.
At an Executive meeting (21 January), councillors will receive an update on the financial support and welfare benefit activities taking place across the city to support residents.
Councillors will consider granting discretionary business rate relief to a number of community organisations across the city at an Executive meeting (21 January).
A free outdoor film screening will take place on Clifford’s Tower on Saturday 25 January 2020. Part of the Castle Gateway consultation project, the Eye Project is an exciting new short film.