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The government has today [Wednesday 21 July] announced its decision on how local government in North Yorkshire will be reorganised in 2023.
Ryedale District Council is saving 36 tonnes of CO2 emissions a year by putting energy-saving LED bulbs in footway lights in Malton and Norton to cut costs and help the environment.
Ryedale District Council will shortly be undertaking a household canvass across the area.
North and East Yorkshire has seen another 300 new rural affordable homes developed in the last 12 months.
Ryedale District Council is closing three of its public toilets as part of an ongoing programme of repairs and improvements.
New electric vehicle charging points have gone live in five of the Council’s long-stay car parks to improve the accessibility of electric vehicles to visitors and citizens across the district.
Ryedale District Council launches campaign to help businesses welcome back citizens and visitors safely
Ryedale District Council is launching a ‘Welcome Back to Ryedale’ campaign to remind citizens to explore, enjoy and support local businesses that have reopened safely.
A number of key appointments were made at the annual meeting of Council on Thursday 20 May 2021. Those appointed will serve a term until the next annual meeting of Council in May 2022.
Community and voluntary groups that are looking to kick-start new projects following the COVID lockdown are being urged to apply for Ryedale District Council’s Community Grants scheme before the closing deadline this Friday (21 May).
Citizens in Ryedale are gearing up for this year’s Great British Spring Clean and Ryedale District Council’s Waste and Environment Team are on hand to support its litter pickers.
Ryedale District Council has teamed up with Scarborough Borough Council and North York Moors National Park to produce an information leaflet to support the tourism industry while encouraging residents and visitors to enjoy the local area using public transport.
Ryedale District Council is calling for people to submit details of sites that could be used for development as part of a review of its Local Plan.