Whilst respecting the principals of free speech, Riccall Parish Council expect comments to be decent and inoffensive to others. Any material which the Parish Council considers offensive or defamatory will be removed immediately. This may include all of the comments being removed from certain news stories.

Act now to contact Selby Planners about the future for Riccall

Selby District Council is currently evaluating pieces of land throughout the district, that may be developed for housing, commercial and office use, retail, leisure, recreation and gypsy and traveller sites. The document (Site Allocations Development Plan) has details about pieces of land within and around Riccall that may be developed.To view details for Riccall, click here

Site Allocations Development Plan for Riccall

www.selby.gov.uk/SADPD

Selby District Council are inviting comments on the methodology within the document and on the potential sites that have been identified. 

Public meetings - drop in between 3.30pm and 7pm at the following venues:

Abbey Leisure, Selby     15th February

Sherburn Library      17th February

Tadcaster Leisure Centre      21st February

Riccall Parish Council would strongly encourage you to take part in this consultation. If you do not wish to see development as outlined within this document, now is the time to let Selby District Council know that! Please contact us at Riccall Parish Council, should you wish to discuss this. The consultation process is open until 21st March 2011.

The contact officer at Selby District Council is Andrew McMillan, Senior Development Policy Officer (Special Programmes).

E-mail: ldf@selby.gov.uk

Tel: 01757 292092

Fax: 01757 292090

Please copy Riccall PC in on your response - thank you. clerk@riccallparishcouncil.org.uk

 

Community Engagement Forum - Have your say!

CEF

District, County and Parish Councils and Police and Fire Services are developing a new way of working with local residents to ensure your views are heard by the organisations responsible for delivering services in your community. This new process has resulted in the introduction of Community Engagement Forums. The Eastern Community Engagement Forum is carrying out a survey to find out what local people think about this area as a place to live and to find out your priorities for the future. To be part of it click here Community Survey

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