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A campaign is being launched ahead of a new council being established to cover the whole of North Yorkshire to reassure hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses that key public services will continue while major financial challenges are tackled.
Plans have been backed to bring together hackney carriage and private hire licensing fees ahead of the launch of a new council covering the whole of North Yorkshire in the spring.
Measures to cut carbon dioxide emissions are set to be introduced in a North Yorkshire library as part of a programme to improve energy efficiency across the county.
A new council covering the whole of North Yorkshire will help to protect some of the most vital frontline services for the public and cushion the biggest financial challenges ever faced in the county.
Ryedale District Council has launched a second round of the Community Environmental Grant Scheme, to help community groups deliver small scale climate change projects.
Ryedale District Council announces maintenance work and temporary closures at three Ryedale car parks
Essential maintenance work is to soon begin on three car parks operated by Ryedale District Council.
Grant Thornton UK LLP, as External Auditor to Ryedale District Council, has given notice that the audit of the Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2022 has been completed and an unqualified opinion on the Accounts has been issued.
Ryedale District Council is reminding citizens that their waste and recycling collections may be late over the festive period.
A winner has been announced for Ryedale District Council’s Tree, Myself and Why? competition to find the best story and image of a Ryedale-based tree, which was part of National Tree Week celebrations earlier this month.
Refurbishment work is now complete at The Milton Rooms in Malton following a £500,000 funding boost from Ryedale District Council.
In Ryedale, North Yorkshire there’s a perfect cure for the post-Christmas slump: a Twixmastide of tranquillity, featuring ten experiences guaranteed to recharge those burnout batteries.
Three North Yorkshire councils are urging residents to apply for a grant from the North Yorkshire Home Efficiency Fund to improve the warmth of their home.