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Category Archives: Pocklington
Pocklington residents will be pleased to note that the Kilnwick Road flashing light is finally working again.
Sadly the construction workers from the Persimmon site on The Mile, Pocklington have taken to obstructing the footpath for residents on Mile End Park. I have requested ERYC to take the required action to prevent the obstruction.
Today I have received notice of a planning application from Harron Homes for the “erection of 112 dwellings, erection of 10 detached double garages, associated access, landscaping, open space, infrastructure and ancillary works” on Yapham Road. Reference number: 18/03327/STPLF Original … Continue reading
ERYC Director of Environment and Neighbourhood Services, Paul Bellotti, has informed me that “both officers and Councillors have a responsibility to help manage expectations of what can be funded during these times of austerity.” In plain English “we must mislead and state there is no … Continue reading
I would like to thank Alison Dunbar for highlighting Pocklington Town Council – Insufficient Financial Reserves to 496 people on Pocklington Area Local Politics Facebook page. Alison not only kindly posted the screen dump above but also the screen dump below.
In My Full Support – Stamford Bridge Parish Council I exposed a debate which had a distasteful undercurrent and involved two Pocklington Town Council (PTC) Councillors. Councillor Jill Sinton It is recommended that a Parish/Town Council holds three to twelve months … Continue reading
I would like to assure everyone that Stamford Bridge Parish Council have my full support. Indeed I am in awe of the fantastic and dedicated work they do for Stamford Bridge. Sadly Parish Councillors of neighbouring Parish Councils and those … Continue reading
Yesterday residents contacted me to support their desire for Pocklington Town Council (PTC) to livestream all their meetings. I see numerous benefits to this suggestion. It would increase transparency and allow those unable to attend to observe what PTC do. Livestreaming is … Continue reading
ERYC have confirmed that the damaged bollards on the Pocklington to Stamford Bridge road will be addressed, if required, following a future inspection of the route. Well done ERYC.
With regards the Norseway pot holes in Stamford Bridge ERYC have abruptly informed me “If a repair is needed, it will be done.”. Awaiting Repair Dont you just love abrupt public servants?