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Citizens and contractors in Ryedale have a chance to say what energy efficiency measures they want installed and the findings will help determine where future funding will be spent. The survey has been running since the end of August and the clock is ticking for residents to have their say - the 31 December deadline is coming up.
Alasdair Iain Clark of the Liberal Party has been elected as Councillor for the Cropton District ward with 39.6% of the vote.
On Thursday 18 November citizens in the Cropton Ward will go to the polls in a by-election. Ryedale District Council is putting arrangements in place to keep the elections COVID-safe.
Over one hundred people attended the Ryedale job fair with several walking away with jobs on the day.
As we move further into winter and temperatures continue to fall, more people are turning to heating appliances to keep themselves warm.
One of the crucial ways to mitigate against the climate crisis is by planting trees, and for many farmers and landowners in Ryedale, funding may be available to support them in doing this.
Ryedale District Council is shining a festive light on local businesses that have good COVID-19 safety practices in place.
Ryedale District Council is calling for people to have their say on submitted details of sites that could be used for development, as part of a review of its Local Plan.
Ryedale District Council’s citizens will go to the polls on 25 November to have their say on who represents them as Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
Almost £300,000 has been awarded to a consortium of regional local authorities led by City of York Council to help stop landlords renting out homes with poor energy efficiency ratings.
Residents on low incomes in parts of North Yorkshire are set to benefit from a scheme aimed at tackling fuel poverty and cutting carbon emissions.
People in Ryedale looking for a job, or to change jobs can find out more about hundreds on offer in the district at the Ryedale job fair.