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Residents in Ryedale are being invited to the first of a series of virtual locality roadshows to learn more about planning for the new North Yorkshire authority that will be in place from 1 April 2023.
Senior officials from the eight district, borough and county council from across North Yorkshire have joined forces to hold the virtual events, which take place via Teams Live next month. Residents will be able to hear direct about the changes to local government and how plans are taking shape for the new authority.
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 2021 has been completed and an unqualified opinion on the Accounts has been issued.
Ryedale residents are urged to make their vote count in elections for County Councillors who will shape services affecting everyone across the county.
On Thursday, 5 May, residents will be able to vote for the person they want to represent them. There will be 90 Councillors who will be elected to 89 new divisions.
Ryedale District Council is playing its part to support residents to ‘get green fingers’ by launching its garden waste service for 2022-2023, which costs £38 a year.
If you’re seeking an escape from the winter blues, Ryedale in North Yorkshire has a magical solution that doesn’t cost the earth.
Long-awaited work to build a new business park in Pickering, North Yorkshire is expected to begin this summer. Planning permission has been granted for 184,000sqft of new industrial space called Pickering Park.
The development will form phase three of the Thornton Road Business Park and will be accessed off Enterprise Way.
The New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, a punk rock group and a friend who swapped a career in insurance to train as an actor at the age of 45 – these are just some of the women Ryedale District Council’s Chief Executive Stacey Burlet admires.
Ryedale District Council is thanking citizens, businesses and community groups for their swift response in support of Ukraine.
As Ukrainian people face growing conflict and violence, they will need donations that will go towards humanitarian aid, psychological support and medical supplies for paramedics and doctors on the frontlines.
An invite from the Royal Family is not something that comes many people’s way in their lifetimes, but for Joe Kent, an Operations Supervisor at Ryedale District Council, he has been honoured with an invite to the Queen’s garden party this year.
Ryedale District Councillors agreed to freeze council tax at the District Council’s last ever budget meeting, which took place on Thursday 17 February and will reconvene on 24 February.
A Ryedale District Council Community Enforcement Officer, Martyn Barker, has won a national award from environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.