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A19 FULFORD ROAD CLOSURES

 

NIGHT TIME FULL CLOSURES A19 FULFORD FROM MONDAY 23rd JULY FOR 4 NIGHTS

 

Commencing Monday 23rd July there will be a series of night time closures to the A19. This will completely close both northbound and southbound carriageways at the new junction location in Fulford.
The full A19 closures are required in order to carry out the final surfacing layer and install road markings to the A19 junction and are made in full agreement with CYC.
The works are expected to take 4 nights. The closures will be in operation from 9pm until 6am the following morning.
Fordlands Road will remain open, but with access to Fordlands Road from the north only.
Access through the work for pedestrians will be maintained at all times throughout the road closure period along the existing eastern footpath..
Cyclists should dismount and walk their bicycle along the eastern footpath.
The diversion route will be via the A64 and A1097
Signposts will be erected along the route to guide you.
 

Annual canvass has started - don't lose your voice

Don’t lose your voice - residents in the Selby district urged to look out for their voter registration details in the post

Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on matters that affect them by completing their annual canvass form and returning it to Selby District Council as soon as possible.

With district and parish council elections taking place in May 2019, this is an important opportunity for residents to make sure they can take part.

The annual canvass is a legal process that the Council must carry out each year to check who resides at each property and is over 16 years of age. . The Household Enquiry Form (HEF) that will be sent will outline who is currently registered to vote in any given household. Residents will be asked to confirm the details on the form or amend as appropriate if someone needs to be added or remove. The HEF is not a registration form, if someone new has been added, they will be sent a separate registration form or will be able to register online.   

Janet Waggott, Selby District Council’s Chief Executive and Electoral Registration Officer said: “It’s important that residents respond as soon as possible, so we can make sure we have the right details on the electoral register for every address in the district. To make sure you are able to have your say at the district and parish council elections taking place next year, simply check the form when it arrives and respond as soon as you can.

“If you’re not currently registered, your name will not appear on the form. If you want to register, you will need to add your name to the form and then go online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote, or we can send you the information in the post.  Either way you need to complete the form and send it back to us.”

It is a legal requirement to respond to the form and the Council is encouraging all residents to respond as soon as possible

SELBY- FREE WATER BOTTLE RE-FILLS & REDUCE PLASTIC WASTE

Cafes, pubs and takeaways in Selby have signed up to a new scheme to reduce single use plastic bottles.

The Council is working with Refill to encourage local businesses to sign up to the scheme which promotes where reusable water bottles can be filled up for free.

Look out for the Refill sticker next time you're in Selby on display at these local businesses:

Little Coffee House, Abbey Fisheries, Costa Coffee, Summit Indoor Adventure, The Cafe @ Selby Train Station, Little Miss Muffins, Chatterbox Community Cafe, Micklegate Tea Rooms, Rioco, Summit Indoor Adventure, Escapologist, Mister Cs, The Hub and Hope Yard Cafe.

If you are a cafe or business that would like to get involved in the scheme email communications@selby.gov.uk for details.

 

 

A19 FULFORD - NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE

 

EARLY WARNING OF NIGHT TIME FULL CLOSURES A19 WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY 23rd JULY

 

Commencing Monday 23rd July there will be a series of night time closures to the A19. This will close both the northbound carriageway and the south bound carriageway completely at the junction location.
The full A19 closures are required in order to carry out the final surfacing layer and install road markings to the A19 junction.
The works are expected to take 4 nights. Further details including the exact hours of the closure will be published in this newsletter the week before the closure.
Fordlands Road will remain open, but with access to Fordlands Road from the north only.

RURAL TASKFORCE OFFER FREE TOOL MARKING

Property marking at Screwfix, Selby on Saturday 21st July 0900-1430hrs. Come and meet the local team and the Rural Taskforce which will be on hand to give crime prevention advice and mark your tools for free.

LIFESTYLE 2018 for 10-17 year olds

Over the past few years North Yorkshire Police have held ‘Lifestyle Challenge’ which culminates in an award ceremony later in the year. Lifestyle Challenge is an activity that gives young people aged 10 to 17 on 31st August 2018, who are resident in North Yorkshire something positive to engage in over the summer holidays. It gives them the opportunity to make a difference in their community  as a team, whilst demonstrating what young people are capable of when given the right opportunities (Please see links below).

https://northyorkshire.police.uk/news/summer-holiday-challenge-for-young-people-as-lifestyle-2018-launches/  **includes embedded promotional film, on-line registration form and information **

WALKING THE FOOTPATHS THIS THURSDAY 28 JUNE

VACANCY FOR ADMIN ASSISTANT AT PARISH COUNCIL

PARISH COUNCIL UNAUDITED ACCOUNTS FOR 2017 2018

Please refer to 'The Council' section and Legal Document page to see these documents.

our external auditor is

PKF LITTLEJOHN LLP

1 WESTFERRY CIRCUS

CANARY WHARF

LONDON

E14 4HD

A19 FULFORD ROAD - TRAFFIC CONTROL

Weeks 102 & 103 commencing Tuesday 29th May 2018 

 

This is the 52nd edition of the newsletter that keeps you up to date with the progress of the Germany Beck junction works on the A19 in Fulford. 
Work has been progressing to Landings Lane and the A19 this week. The deep combined sewer diversion in the A19 has been hindered by coming across services along its length but the capping beam and masonry walls to the top of the sheet piled wall have progressed well. 

 

OFF PEAK TEMPORARY TRAFFIC SIGNALS ON A19 WEEK COMMENCING 4th JUNE

 During week commencing Monday 4th June, off peak temporary traffic signals will be in use on the A19 to enable us to safely  install and connect up new gullies where the new road ties in with the existing road. During week commencing Monday 4th June, off peak temporary traffic signals will be in use on the A19 to enable us to safely  install and connect up new gullies where the new road ties in with the existing road.

During week commencing Monday 4th June, off peak temporary traffic signals will be in use on the A19 to enable us to safely  install and connect up new gullies where the new road ties in with the existing road.

During week commencing Monday 4th June, off peak temporary traffic signals will be in use on the A19 to enable us to safely  install and connect up new gullies where the new road ties in with the existing road.

 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS & PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED AGAR 31 MARCH 2018

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS & PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED AGAR 2018-3

SELBY & AINSTY AREA CONSTITUENCY COMMITTEE DETAILS

UPDATE ON CAWOOD BRIDGE CLOSURE

CAWOOD BRIDGE – CLOSURE UPDATE

 

The proposed road closure for next Tuesday 22nd May is to now be Friday the 25th May  2018 from 9am till 9pm. The reason is it is taking longer to remove the existing gear ring than was envisaged.  

 

Once again the Senior Bridges Engineer will be on site again for the duration of the work so will be able to advise as soon as open to vehicular traffic.

TAKE PART IN A NY POLICE SURVEY ON RURAL CRIME

Has crime gone up or down in North Yorkshire? Do you feel safer compared to last year? Has the new Rural Task Force made a difference?

This short survey takes minutes to fill in, and you can find it here - www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net

North Yorkshire’s geography means rural crime has a particularly strong impact on people, whether that by the sheer distance you live from your neighbour, or the moorlands being a perfect habitat for birds of prey which brings with it opportunities for wildlife crime.

The number of farms and rural businesses also increases the opportunities for cross-border crime, whether that be a livery or a farm. In short, the National Rural Crime Network wants to know the true picture of crime and anti-social behaviour in rural communities across North Yorkshire – from Skipton to Sleights, Stokesley to Selby, make your voice heard. 

Julia Mulligan, Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire and Chair of the National Rural Crime Network, said:  

“I hope that everyone living or working in a rural community will spare a few minutes to complete our survey. It will provide a clear picture of what has improved, what challenges remain and what more government, police forces and other organisations can do to support the most isolated areas of our county.  

“Following the survey in 2015, here in North Yorkshire, we launched our Rural Policing Strategy to tackle the problem head on. The fact that, as part of this strategy, we have one of the largest rural crime task forces in the country shows how seriously the issue is being taken by North Yorkshire Police, a force that is determined to meet the needs of our rural communities. 

“But I want to know how people and communities feel locally, and whether the changes in North Yorkshire have made a difference.  Please let me know what you think by completing our short survey - www.nationalruralcrimenetwork.net

Thank you

Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire - 01423 569 562 - info@northyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk

NOTICE OF ROAD WORKS IN RICCALL

Roadworks

Kelfield Lane, Kelfield, North Yorkshire

19 May — 20 May

   

Delays likely Road closure

 

Works location: Outside Lakeside Mews on Kelfield Lane Kelfield YO19 6RB...

   

Works description: Access required to Underground BT structure to provide service - No structural changes. Work being c...

   

Responsibility for works: Openreach

   

Current status: Advanced planning

   

Works reference: BC005CC1W00MYBZJ672MAY19

   

Main Street, Riccall, North Yorkshire

17 May — 18 May

   

Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)

 

Works location: O/S 39, MAIN STREET

   

Works description: Replace 1 existing pole in f/way...

   

Responsibility for works: Openreach

   

Current status: Advanced planning

   

Works reference: BC006TI002AP500235263200

   

Riccall Lane, Kelfield, North Yorkshire

19 May — 20 May

   

Delays likely Road closure

 

Works location: Bicall Lane Kelfield YO19 6RB...

   

Works description: Access required to Underground BT structure to provide service - No structural changes. Work being c...

   

Responsibility for works: Openreach

   

Current status: Advanced planning

   

Works reference: BC005CC1W00MYBZJ67219MAY

   

Silver Street, Riccall, North Yorkshire

17 May — 18 May

   

Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)

 

Works location: O/S 43 SILVER STREET

   

Works description: PERMIT FOR LIGHTS ONLY...

   

Responsibility for works: Openreach

   

Current status: Advanced planning

   

Works reference: BC006TI002AP500235263202

   

Station Road, Riccall, North Yorkshire

17 May — 18 May

   

Delays likely Traffic control (multi-way signals)

 

Works location: O/S NO. 1 STATION ROAD...

   

Works description: PERMIT FOR 4 WAY LIGHTS ONLY...

   

Responsibility for works: Openreach

   

Current status: Advanced planning

   

Works reference: BC006TI002AP500235263201

   
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