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Cllr Keane Duncan and Cllr Steve Arnold

Key roles decided by Ryedale District Councillors

The key roles at Ryedale District Council have been voted on at the annual meeting of Council.

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Ryedale District Council gets top performance mark

Ryedale District Council is rated the best in North Yorkshire for its speed in processing new claims for housing benefit and a change in circumstances.

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Ryedale District Council gives out nearly £24 million in COVID-19 business grants

Ryedale District Council has handed out nearly £24 million in business grants to support local businesses throughout COVID-19.

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Ryedale District Council holds first live streamed Council meeting

Ryedale District Council has held its first live streamed Council meeting, with over 100 citizens watching online.

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Council launches arts grant scheme so the show can go on in Ryedale

Creative practitioners and arts-related organisations are invited to apply for a grant from Ryedale District Council to engage local audiences in creative and cultural activity during these uncertain times.

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Ryedale District Council teams up with police and RSPCA

Ryedale District Council has today served a section 77 notice on five families who are temporarily residing at Tara Park.

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East and west model of local government would save up to £56 million a year

New research shows that an East/West model for local government in North Yorkshire and York would save up to £56m a year.

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Our alternative to a North Yorkshire 'mega council'

North Yorkshire’s district and borough council leaders are today announcing an alternative to the county council’s plan to create a “mega council”.

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Ryedale District Council investigates noise concerns

Ryedale District Council has today condemned a gathering that took place over the weekend at Tara Park, causing major noise disturbance, with music affecting all of Malton, Norton and villages within a five-mile radius.

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Time is running out to apply for parking permit extension

Ryedale District Council’s Parking Permit Extension Scheme and the NHS and Social Care Worker Parking Permit Scheme will close to new applications from 31 August 2020.

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Council supports people with hidden disabilities to navigate the new COVID-19 norms

Ryedale District Council is helping people with hidden disabilities navigate the impact of COVID-19 and social distancing. 

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Time is running out - businesses urged to get financial support this month

Ryedale District Council is urging eligible businesses to apply for financial support before the COVID-19 grants come to an end.