Category Archives: Planning

Millers Retreat – To Be Adopted By ERYC

I can confirm that ERYC will be adopting various responsibilities for the Millers Retreat, Pocklington. These will include: Roads Footpaths Lighting Litter Bins

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The Mile Persimmon Development – Further Complaints

Yet again residents have raised concerns with me regards the conduct of Persimmon on The Mile development, Pocklington. “We are very concerned at the working hours on a Saturday. When the building was finally given the green light we were … Continue reading

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New Prison Update – Objectors Election Candidates

At the beginning of the month I published Prison – Kick Into Election Long Grass noting that there is an attempt to kick the application for a new Full Sutton prison into the long grass until after the ERYC election … Continue reading

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Millers Retreat: Attenuation And Drainage Adoption

As part of my  liaising with various parties for the Millers Retreat, Pocklington I was asked to seek confirmation as to  who will adopt the drainage and attenuation tanks. ERYC Official statement: “Linden homes have confirmed that  for Phase 2 … Continue reading

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ERYC Officers To Liaise About Millers Retreat

I can confirm that ERYC Enforcement and Public Protection are to liaise with a view to resolve the problems on Millers Retreat as quickly as possible. The following will be considered: Duties of a banksman not fulfilled Ensure Audible warnings … Continue reading

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Pocklington Beck Pollution – Yet Again

Last September I raised the issue of pollution of Pocklington Beck with ERYC as many believed it was the result of the development on The Mile. Please see Pocklington Beck Pollution  and ERYC Silence – Pocklington Beck Pollution. September 2018 … Continue reading

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Linden Homes Breach Best Methods of Practice

The Linden Homes best methods of practice document for The Balk, Pocklington appears to be coming back to haunted them given their current failures. The document was lodged with ERYC Planning as a requirement to proceed with the original development … Continue reading

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Millers Retreat – March 2019 Update

As numerous residents on the Millers Retreat, Pocklington have raised concerns with me and requested my assistance, yesterday I met with a group of the residents. I now have a full understanding of the concerns. To move the situation forward … Continue reading

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Kirkland Street/George’s Place Development

Last Thursday the developer of the Kirkland Street/George’s Place Development contacted me to discuss new proposals for the site. The development recently had an appeal refused after my objection to the original application. It was for 8 one bed apartments and … Continue reading

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Prison – Kick Into Election Long Grass

I note with interest that there is an attempt to kick the application for a new Full Sutton prison into the long grass until after the ERYC election on 2 May. Various avenues are currently being deployed. While others are … Continue reading

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