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Ryedale District Council is working with the agencies of the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum (NYLRF) to respond to the high river and ground water levels affecting Malton, Norton and Old Malton.
Ryedale District Council is keen to hear what citizens think about housing, including affordable housing and rented accommodation in the district, to help set a housing action plan for the next three years.
Businesses in Ryedale unsure of what COVID-19 grants they are entitled to can access a Government support checker.
Ryedale-based retailers are invited to sign up for free online marketing workshops to support their business during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Councillor Keane Duncan, the Leader of Ryedale District Council is urging citizens and businesses to stick to the national lockdown, with the message that ‘we can get through this’.
Today (30 December 2020) the government updated the tiering arrangements across the country.
Ryedale District Council is getting the latest round of business grants out the door as quickly as possible to help businesses in need this Christmas.
Ryedale District Council is offering all of its car parking permit holders a festive extension to their paid permits.
The news comes off the back of the announcement that all Ryedale District Council car parks are now free until 31 March 2021.
Ryedale District Council is seeking the views of citizens, businesses and organisations as it prepares its budget for 2021/22, which covers the period from 1 April 2021 to 31 March 2022.
Ryedale District Council has voted to provide a “rescue” grant to save council-owned leisure facilities from possible closure as a result of Covid-19.
Ryedale District Council is sending out postcards and bin tags to citizens who are due to have their rubbish or recycling collected on Christmas Day with a reminder of their festive collection dates.
Council leaders from Craven, Harrogate, Richmondshire, Ryedale, Scarborough and Selby have submitted a full business case to Government, proposing an East & West model as the best option for reorganising local government in North Yorkshire and York.