Category Archives: Pocklington
The Localism Act 2011 gave Parish/Town Councils the right to produce a Neighbourhood Plan that would sit alongside national planning legislation and ERYC policy to shape planning. For reasons unknown there has been a delay of over seven-years with Pocklington … Continue reading
The Environment Agency have issued the following statement with regards the recent pollution of Pocklington Beck. “The reports of intermittent sediment contamination of Pocklington Beck have been investigated on a number of different occasions specifically over the last year. The … Continue reading
The bollard in the middle of the cycle path that enters West Green car park, Pocklington either needs reflective strips attached or replaced with a bollard similar to the bollards at the cycle path off Scaife Garth, Pocklington to ensure … Continue reading
Many residents of Millers Retreat, Pocklington have raised concern with me regards having to pay a charge for the maintenance of the Managed Areas. ERYC have stated: “In terms of the recent planing applications that have been approved on the … Continue reading
I can confirm that ERYC will be adopting various responsibilities for the Millers Retreat, Pocklington. These will include: Roads Footpaths Lighting Litter Bins
Team Strangeway is making good progress distributing election leaflets for the ERYC election on May 2nd. Starting In Wilberfoss This Morning Sutton Upon Derwent is completed, The Cattons are almost complete, Pocklington, Wilberfoss and Stamford Bridge are all progressing well. … Continue reading
There is hope that Yorkshire Water may have finally silenced the noisy manhole on New Street, Pocklington. Well done Yorkshire Water. We still await ERYC to solve the blocked drain next to it!
I can confirm that, in addition to Kilnwick Road, The Oval will also be resurfaced this year. It was delayed last year to allow works to be completed in the area. Well done ERYC.
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
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