Local housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East rounded off a successful year of support for vital causes across the region by confirming that a total of £34,538.40 was raised for its 2020 charity of the year, the local youth homelessness charity, Safe and Sound Homes (SASH).
McCarthy and Stone have showcased its proposals to redevelop the former Westwood Park Care Home, off Langholm Close.
Their plans will see the site developed into 51 high-quality retirement apartments. It will also feature communal facilities. These include a homeowners’ lounge, mobility scooter charging and storage room.
The first payments are now being made under a new fund designed to help Hull businesses through coronavirus.
More than 350 applications have already been received for the Additional Restrictions Grant, set up to provide support to businesses hit by the pandemic.
Residents of the East Riding are being urged to follow new COVID-19 safety guidance from next Wednesday (2 December) with the news that the area will move into Tier 3 (Very High) when the national restrictions end.
A councillor in Beverley says it is likely that Beverley will end up in tier three on 3 December. As a result, pubs will remain closed but shops will be able to re-open if covid secure.
Cllr Denis Healy says while this may not be the news people want to hear, there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside, Keith Hunter, has secured an additional £82,000 funding from the Ministry of Justice.
Money obtained will be used to support victims of some of the most serious crimes throughout the coming winter. Traditionally, winter tends to be when the demand for services is at their highest.
When it’s time for your kids to go to college, it can be both daunting and exciting for them. The better equipped they are, however, the easier the transition will be, so it’s a good idea to consider what you can put in place before they go. Here are 4 ways to help prepare your kids for college.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has appealed to holiday parks in his constituency to stay open for those who are unable to return home to their primary residence for the month of November.
Following the announcement of a second lockdown across England, holiday parks have once again been asked to close to holidaymakers in order to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the face of rising cases across the country.
As England enters a second lockdown set to last at least until early December, Big Issue sellers face a dire predicament as they are now not permitted to sell Big Issue North.
350 people who sell Big Issue North are self-employed, buying magazines for £1.50 before selling them on the streets of the north for £3.
Hull City Council has been successful in its bid to become one of five local councils in England participating in a review of the quality and value for money of non-commissioned supported housing.
Non-commissioned supported housing is market-led accommodation for vulnerable people where the support and accommodation are overseen by a private landlord and funded through housing benefits.
The team at an award-winning Driffield cookery school and luxury bed and breakfast are celebrating their 10th anniversary.
Established on a former pig farm belonging to JSR Farms Ltd., The Yorkshire Wolds Cookery School and Guest Accommodation were established in 2010 to provide a range of cookery and skills courses for all ages and skill levels, plus overnight accommodation in a rural setting.
Plans to deliver low carbon heat to thousands of homes in Hull through a new heating network have moved a step closer.
The Hull District Heating Project would provide heating to public and private business, and residential accommodation, in the city centre.
It’s no secret that the construction sector is male-dominated. According to the UK’s Construction Training Board (CITB) the proportion of women working in skilled manual labour is just 2 per cent.
Tackling the diversity divide in Hull, women employed at KWL want to encourage young women to follow in their footsteps into the trades.
MP Graham Stuart, has held a virtual conference with holiday park operators from across the constituency.
It was held to give them an opportunity for them to share their experiences of how the sector has been affected by the lockdown restrictions imposed as a result of coronavirus.
A law firm which launched a double charity drive after setting up an Employee Forum has handed over the proceeds to the first good causes to benefit from the scheme.
The team at Rollits are now preparing to announce details of its selected charity for 2020-21, which will reap the rewards of fundraising activities starting next month.
A young professional accommodation agency in Hull, Yupelet is holding 6 fully furnished apartments for emergency services workers at Hull Royal Infirmary (HRI).
These will be available immediately to support the NHS during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The British Red Cross in Yorkshire is seeking Beverley walkers to take on the great Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge, starting and ending in the pretty village of Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
The trek takes place on Saturday 25 July 2020 and will take you on a 24.5-mile circular journey of the stunning countryside of the Yorkshire Dales.
Current champions are going head to head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.
The much-anticipated shortlist of finalists, revealed today by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), is being described as “the most exciting ever”. Tourism bosses say it’s testament to the popularity of the region as a visitor destination and the range of what’s on offer.