Category Archives: Stamford Bridge

Stamford Bridge Boundary Change – September Meeting

Stamford Bridge residents living on Godwin Vale will be pleased to learn that Part 2 of the Stamford Bridge Boundary change will be raised at the next meeting of the Local Government Boundary Commission in September. Photo That Inspired The … Continue reading

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Stamford Bridge Boundary Change – Part 2

Having confirmed Part 1 of the Stamford Bridge Parish boundary change in July I can now share an update about Part 2 of the boundary change. Photo That Inspired The Change When I instigated the Stamford Bridge Parish boundary change … Continue reading

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Stamford Bridge Boundary Change Confirmed

Having instigated the Stamford Bridge Parish boundary change in 2017 I am delighted to announce that it has now been confirmed. Photo That Inspired The Change In 2017 I drove into Stamford Bridge to the view in the photo above. … Continue reading

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Introduction To Local Government

The Local Authority (LA), aka the Council, is responsible for Highways, Children’s Services, Adult Services, etc… whereas a Parish Council deals with everyday issues that affect people’s lives. Taking Stamford Bridge as an example, the Parish Council is the Stamford … Continue reading

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Stamford Bridge – Potential Highway Improvements

In May 2020 I was given three documents in relation to the Stamford Bridge “crossing” from various sources, including ERYC Senior Officers. I am astounded to read on the Stamford Bridge Community Page that residents are wanting to see the … Continue reading

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Proposed Boundary Change – Information Clarification

As the person who instigated the proposed Stamford Bridge Boundary change in my previous role as the Independent ERYC Councillor for Stamford Bridge, I thought it incumbent of me to clarify some misleading information. Living in Full Sutton I received … Continue reading

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Irresponsible Parking – East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Parking in Stamford Bridge is often challenging especially during the mornings when the shops are busy. At 09.50 this morning I witnessed an East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) employee park on double yellows, on the footpath, outside the Co-op … Continue reading

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I Instigated Stamford Bridge Boundary Change

It is rather sad that Full Sutton and Skirpenbeck Parish Council are making false accusations against Stamford Bridge Parish Council in relation to the proposed boundary change. I have read comments on Facebook which begins by falsely claiming: “Stamford Bridge … Continue reading

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Sealife Centre Signage Waste Of Resources

Scarborough Borough Council (SBC) yesterday wasted further resources by erecting signage at the Sealife Centre stating “No Overnight Camping/Caravans“. Unfortunately, SBC failed to appreciate that they have no legal framework (an Off-Street Parking Order) in place to enforce that which … Continue reading

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Local Government Reform – Goodbye East Riding?

I can confirm that there is to be a major reform of local government in 2022 or 2023. I can also confirm that the local government reorganisation will see the end of North Yorkshire County, York City Council, Craven District Council,  … Continue reading

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