A £1.6 million project to improve Swinemoor Lane in Beverley for motorists, cyclists and residents has been completed, after six months of work by East Riding of Yorkshire Council
Following extensive alterations to the existing Grovehill roundabout, the council is pleased to announce the new junction is nearing completion.
As work continues on the construction of the Beverley Southern Relief Road and other elements of the town’s Integrated Transport Plan, several sites in the town are now
A £1.6m scheme to improve Swinemoor Lane, Beverley will start this month and continue until spring 2015, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is pleased to report that works forming part of the Beverley Integrated Transport Plan are continuing to progress well during the summer period
East Riding of Yorkshire Council would like to advise residents, motorists and the travelling public that Lincoln Way, Beverley, will be subject to a temporary road closure, from Tuesday, 22 Apri
Beverley’s £22 million integrated transport plan is progressing well since the worked began on site at the end of July.
Monday, 29 July will see work start on the £22 million Beverley Integrated Transport Plan (BITP) which, when complete, will reduce congestion and improve traffic flows in the town.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council and its contractor Birse Civils will begin construction of the £22 million Beverley Integrated Transport Plan (BITP) on Monday, 29 July.
The final hurdle for the Beverley Integrated Transport Plan has been cleared, after the Department for Transport (DfT) signed off on the council’s Full Approval bid for the circa £22 million scheme
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been thanked by representatives from the North Beverley Action Group (NBAG) for arranging a meeting at County Hall last week to discuss issues raised
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will hold a public exhibition, from 10am-7.30pm, on Tuesday, 15 January, at the Treasure House, Beverley, outlining the design of the Beverley Integrated Transport Plan (BITP).
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be holding an engagement event on the afternoon of Monday, 5 November at Beverley Leisure Complex, designed to introduce local suppliers and smaller construction companies to the main tenderers
Compulsory purchase and statutory regulation orders have been signed off by the secretary of state for transport for the much-needed and long-awaited Beverley Southern Relief Road.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council council tax charge will be frozen for the third consecutive year (1 April 2012 – 31 March 2013) following decisions taken by elected members at a meeting of Full Council on 9 February.
The council is delighted that the Government has decided to fund the much needed and long awaited Beverley southern relief road. In September, the council submitted its best and final bid for funding. As the project was in stiff competition with many others for a limited Government funding pot, the council identified further efficiencies and savings ensuring the scheme offered maximum value for money. As a result, the cost of…
Residents will be given the opportunity to look over the latest plans for the Beverley Southern Relief Road (BSRR) (Minster Way) at Beverley Leisure Centre on Friday, 11 November. The exhibition will take place from 12noon-7pm, with the council’s project officers on hand to provide assistance or answer any queries. The council has submitted a £27.254m Best and Final Bid to the Department for Transport (DfT) for the Beverley Integrated…