Richmondshire District Council Parish Update
RDC Parish Update October 2013.pdf
Would you like to join an Oil Co-operative?
Joining an Oil Co-operative can reduce your bills by up to 10%. Oil Clubs are bringing financial benefits to people all over North Yorkshire and you could be next. Joining an Oil Club means that you are bulk-buying fuel to keep prices down and working to protect your local environment. It’s really simple to sign up and start reaping financial rewards immediately.
Just call Yorkshire Energy Partnership on: 01904 545 020 or email: email@example.com to speak to one of the specialist Oil Co-ordinators.
The Safer Neighbourhood Inspector for our area has identified three policing priorities for our area. These priorites are:
Theft – including rural thefts, Thefts of and from vehicles
Violence – with a specific intention on focusing on domestic abuse
Misuse of vehicles including speeding and road safety
For information on current crime figures there is no better public site than - http://www.police.uk/
Latest local Policing Team newsletter - Police Quarterly Newsletter-1.pdf
Changing the way waste is dealt with at household waste recycling centres
Before any decisions are made NYCC want to know what people think about these changes, and also about proposals to save money in the future. For more detailed information please read the consultation document [6Mb]Opens new window.
North Yorkshire County Council want to know what you think about proposals to change the way waste is dealt with at household waste recycling centres. The budget for public services is being reduced because of Government funding cuts and savings need to be made.
North Yorkshire's household waste recycling centre service currently costs £5.9million to run every year. £240,000 needs to be saved in 2014-15, and maybe more in the future. Savings can be made by changing the way soil, rubble and other non-household wastes are dealt with at the household waste recycling centres.
To either to charge customers for soil and rubble and other non-household waste; or
To refuse to accept these types of waste at household waste recycling centres.
Deadline for comments: Please respond to the consultation by Sunday 22 December 2013.
Give your views by completing the online consultation questionnaire: Household Waste Consultation Questionnaire
Annual Canvass 2013
Will begin on 1 October 2013. Make sure you register to allow you to vote in the European Parliamentary Election that will be held on 22 May 2014. Please ensure you return your Annual Canvass form no later than 31 January 2013. For more information or to request a form to register contact: Electoral Registration, Richmondshire District Council, Swale House, Frenchgate, Richmond DL10 4JE Telephone: 01748 827096 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.richmondshire.gov.uk
Notice of Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places
Richmondshire District Council hereby gives notice of a review of polling places, polling districts and polling stations. See attached notice - Polling Districts Review 2013 Notice
Notice of a Community Governance/Parish Review of the Parish Arrangements for District of Richmondshire
Richmondshire District Council has agreed to undertake a community governance/Parish review of the parish arrangements for District of Richmondshire. The review will consider whether the existing arrangements are reflective of the identities and interests of the community in that area; and effective and convenient to the local community. It will also take into account the impact of community governance arrangements on community cohesion; and the size, population and boundaries of the parishes. The review may involve creating new parishes, dissolving existing parishes, grouping parishes under a common Parish Council and the number of councillors representing each Parish. See attached notice - Notice of a Community Governance Review
Notification of Temporary Closure of Main Street Carlton in Coverdale 4th & 5th December 2013
Please find attached notification of works which are due to take place on 4th and 5th December 2013. Carlton Road Closure
Emergency Defibrillator Located in Horsehouse
The Foresters Arms have kindly located within Horsehouse one of the two defibrillators that were purchased following fund raising events.
If you or someone you are with are believed to be having a coronary event then the
First thing that you should do is ring 999 and get an ambulance on the way to you.
Only then should you contact one of the trained operators who are :-
Graham Roberts Blacksmiths Cottage 640523
Martin Tradewell Glenside 640099
Dom & Helen Weatherall Manor Farm 640237
Annette Lambert Pheasant Lodge, Braidley 640440
Horsehouse Map Board
The YDNP Map and Local Information Board that used to be mounted on the village Post Office has been resurrected and resited in the village again outside St Botolph's Church.
Horsehouse Village Hall
Do you need a space for an activity, a meeting, or a celebration? Reasonable rates.
Please see Carlton Town Parish for other local events
(click on the link below)