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Ryedale District Council is helping people with hidden disabilities navigate the impact of COVID-19 and social distancing.
Ryedale District Council is urging eligible businesses to apply for financial support before the COVID-19 grants come to an end.
Ryedale District Council’s fitness centres and pools are to open their doors to customers again in August.
Ryedale District Council has awarded further funding to help local community organisations survive the immediate financial challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to prepare for recovery.
Ryedale residents who are struggling to pay their mortgage or rent are being urged to get in touch with the District Council, so they don’t put themselves at risk of losing their homes.
Grant Thornton UK LLP, as External Auditor to Ryedale District Council, has appointed the 9th July 2020 as the date on or after which until the completion of the audit on 19th August 2020 any Local Government Elector of the Ryedale District may contact the Auditor in writing, at No 1 Whitehall Riverside, Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS1 4BN, to ask any questions about the Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2020 or to object to the Accounts, asking that the Auditor issue a report in the public interest and/or apply to the court for a declaration that an item in the Accounts is contrary to law.
Ryedale District Council is launching a second round of discretionary funding, with £500,000 available to small businesses who have missed out on previous grant schemes.
Small businesses reopening their doors in July, are being helped to do so safely, thanks to a free ‘Back to Business’ pack supplied by Ryedale District Council – to send out the message that Ryedale is open for business once again.
Residents who own a Ryedale District Council car parking permit are able to apply for a permit extension after car parking charges were suspended during COVID-19.
Ryedale District Council will shortly be undertaking a household canvass across the area, which benefits citizens in a number of ways – it enables them to vote and could improve their credit rating.
Ryedale District Council has announced more financial support to grass-roots voluntary and community organisations as part of its £40k Emergency Grants Fund.
Ryedale District Council is giving businesses an extra helping hand with a useful guide to reopening safely.