On Thursday 21 September the Lord Mayor will be visiting The Hut York, a charitable organisation working to create a safe space for people with mental health issues or disabilities.
City of York Council will be refurbishing Blue Bridge over the River Foss from Monday 2 October. The work is expected to take up to three weeks to complete.
The council’s Executive will hear about the progress being made towards delivering over 900 new units of accommodation with care for older people across York when they meet on Thursday 28 September.
York’s community safety plan for the next three years aims to continue the city’s trend as one of the UK’s safest by increasing its focussing on protecting the most vulnerable in the city.
Abuse can happen to anyone and can take many different forms – which is why the theme of this year’s safeguarding awareness week from 9 to 13 October is ‘Safeguarding is everybody’s business’.
Enforcement orders for eight areas of York were withdrawn yesterday (18 September) by a senior councillor as no alcohol-related crime or disorder has been reported in them for the past three years.
The Micklegate Bar has been undergoing restoration as part of a £1.5 million scheme to preserve and protect York’s medieval city walls.
City of York Council will be resurfacing the junction of St Leonards Place, Bootham and Gillygate on 25 and 26 September.
Members of York’s foster families cheered on York City Knights’ at their last match of the season yesterday (17 September) at Bootham Crescent.
A six-week consultation on the latest draft of York’s Local Plan – which identifies what and how land can be used – starts today.