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Construction is well underway on the development of 20 new energy efficient homes in the North Yorkshire town of Pickering.
The COVID-19 mobile testing unit in Malton will be officially decommissioned between 21 and 23 June 2022.
Ryedale District Council invited local Veterans to Ryedale House for a flag-raising event to celebrate Armed Forces Day last week.
Court fines man after pleading guilty to operating illegal scrap metal business after investigation by Ryedale District Council
A man has been ordered to pay a total of £1,514 at York Magistrates’ Court after pleading guilty to illegally operating a scrap metal yard following an investigation by Ryedale District Council.
Ryedale District Council is responding to resident & visitor requests for clearer signage to reach two of Malton's key car parks.
Ryedale District Council is encouraging citizens to take part in a consultation about the Malton and Norton Neighbourhood Plan.
Communities in Ryedale are coming together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend and Ryedale District Council is flying the jubilee flag at Ryedale House to honour the historic milestone.
Yorkshire’s Doolittle Dale: discover the holiday destination that’s talking to the animals this summer
Snails-pace holidays where you’re free as a bird – there can’t be a better way of escaping the everyday this summer, and that’s exactly what you’ll find in Ryedale, North Yorkshire, where tourism businesses have been listening to wildlife, to create a holiday destination that’s in harmony with nature.
A pioneering project is underway in Ryedale, aimed at producing clean renewable energy from underground.
A unified approach to ensuring major projects across North Yorkshire are employing taxpayers’ money effectively in the run-up to a wide-ranging overhaul of local democracy has been put in place.
A number of key appointments were made at the annual meeting of Council on Thursday 19 May 2022.
Ryedale District Council has launched a consultation using a state-of-the-art public engagement platform tool called Commonplace. It is being used to consult citizens about their travel behaviours, with the hope of encouraging more citizens to choose to walk for journeys less than a mile.