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Residents unite over new development

Laura Outhart with residents who make up the Central Action Group seen at the Wilton Rise footbridge.Pic Nigel Holland

A CAMPAIGN group has been set up to influence plans for a development of up to 2,500 new homes in York city centre.

5:00am Monday 27 March 2017

City of York Council ward cash is funding fantastic projects (letter)

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LOCAL budgets for projects in the community are an important issue for Liberal Democrats in York.

7:10am Monday 27 March 2017

Proposal to clamp down on 'gag mag' sellers using 'intrusive' tactics

Proposal to clamp down on 'gag mag' sellers using 'intrusive' tactics

FURTHER steps could be taken to clamp down on the "intrusive" and "high-pressure" tactics used by some 'gag mag' sellers and fundraisers collecting on the streets of York.

8:57am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Council takes on York "operation ban"

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

YORK Council has written to the health secretary Jeremy Hunt to object to a controversial “operation ban” for obese people and smokers.

4:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

‘Purple Flag’ bid for city centre

Andrew Lowson, York BID boss Picture: Frank Dwyer

PLANS are afoot to bid for a national award to promote York city centre as a safe and enjoyable place for a night out.

6:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Spark:York - have your say

Spark:York - have your say

YORK residents are being urged to show their support for plans to create a new street food and social enterprise hub in the city following concerns raised over the proposals.

4:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

School attendance better in York

Attendance at York schools is betters than average

ATTENDANCE by pupils at schools across York is higher than the national average.

8:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

£250,000 for York homes to be given upgrades

Cllr Sam Lisle

A GOVERNMENT grant scheme is handing more than £250,000 to York for the revamping of council homes in The Groves.

7:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

Hundreds back Spark: York bid

Hundreds back Spark: York bid

HUNDREDS of supporters have backed controversial plans for a new street food hub.

4:52am Monday 27 March 2017

Family allowed to keep their home despite opposition

Ian Bailey, chairman of Elvington Parish Council, said the council rigorously protected the greenbelt.

A FAMILY will be allowed to stay in their home in the York greenbelt after city councillors extended their planning permission, but set the council on course for a possible clash with civil servants.

3:50am Monday 27 March 2017
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