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Ryedale District Council has introduced a Covid Marshall to provide support and guidance to citizens and businesses as part of the local coronavirus response.
Grant Thornton UK LLP, as External Auditor to Ryedale District Council, has given notice that the audit of the Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2020 has been completed and an unqualified opinion on the Accounts has been issued.
Public urged to have their say in Government consultation on the future of local government in North Yorkshire and York
Residents, businesses and organisations are being encouraged to have their say in a Government consultation on the future of local government in North Yorkshire and York.
Businesses from across North Yorkshire are voicing their support for the East & West model of local government, which is being proposed by six district and borough councils.
On 27 January, Ryedale District Council held an extraordinary meeting of Council to consider the Hungate Centre in Pickering.
Ryedale District Council is inviting arts practitioners and cultural organisations to submit proposals for projects that will benefit local communities and boost the district’s creative economy.
From 1 February, Malton’s Neighbourhood Policing Team and front counter services will move next door into Ryedale House to share premises with Ryedale District Council.
Ryedale District Council is urging the public to keep supporting the multi-agency efforts to manage flooding in Malton, Norton and Old Malton, following reports that members of the public tampered with pump pipes and road closure cones on Saturday night.
Ryedale District Council is continuing to work with the agencies of the North Yorkshire Local Resilience Forum (NYLRF) to respond to the flooding situation affecting parts of the district.
Ryedale District Council is taking action after a series of incidents on a problematic Norton footpath.
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.