Beverley-based Lovel Developments is hoping work will start early in 2021 on the next stage of a project to build around 1,800 homes to the south of the town after securing planning permission for the latest phase.
Beverley Town Cricket and Recreation Club located on Norwood, Beverley – home of football, tennis, bowls and cricket – have completed the purchase of a John Deere Tractor.
The purchase was made possible thanks to £12,500 that was awarded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments.
All council play areas in the East Riding are due to reopen on Saturday 4 July, following the latest Government advice.
There are 84 play areas across the East Riding – with play equipment such as climbing frames and swings for young children – but all of them have been closed since the lockdown began in March.
People planning to use taxis or private hire vehicles this weekend should wear a face covering in order to protect themselves and their driver from COVID-19.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s licensing team, as well as licensed taxis and private hire drivers, have put a number of additional safety measures in place to keep everyone safe.
Works to the Clubhouse at Beverley & East Riding Lawn Tennis Club have been completed with the help of £70,000 from East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments.
In addition to the £70,000 from Commuted Sums, Beverley and East Riding Lawn Tennis Club have put around £29,000 of their own funds towards the project.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking the public to get behind its plans for a COVID-safe East Riding.
The council has published its East Riding Outbreak Management Plan which is aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19 and quickly controlling any outbreaks which do occur.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is to carry out major refurbishment at Skidby Mill, starting on Monday, 6 July.
The mill’s sails have already been sent away for repair by a specialist millwright, and now attention turns to the tower of the mill itself.
A Beverley-based developer is in final discussions with potential operators for a project to create a petrol station, convenience store and business units after councillors welcomed the proposals.
Lovel Capital Projects, part of Lovel Property Holdings Ltd, will now work on details of the scheme to transform the site in Killingwoldgraves Lane, on the outskirts of Beverley, which is the former home of Teckno Developments, a wallpaper and fabric pattern books manufacturer which was destroyed by fire in 2009.
Following the government announcement last week, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has issued updates about the first phase of the reopening of its libraries, mobile libraries, and Customer Service Centres.
To ensure the safety of customers and staff, the facilities will look very different to the service provided before lockdown. Social distancing guidelines and safety will guide the way in which these services will operate.
Following the government announcement last week, East Riding of Yorkshire Council has issued updates about the first phase of the reopening of its museums including Goole, Beverley Guildhall and the Treasure House, as well as the archives service.
To ensure the safety of customers and staff, the facilities will look very different from the service provided before lockdown. Social distancing guidelines and safety will guide the way in which museums, the Archives and the Treasure House will operate.
East Riding businesses who provide goods and services to the local retail, leisure and hospitality industry and have so far failed to secure Government grants during the COVID-19 pandemic may now be eligible to apply for new funding.
Minimum grants of £5,000 are being made available to those eligible businesses directly involved in the supply chain to those in the retail, leisure and hospitality sector and who have a rateable value of more than £15,000 and less than £51,000.
Opening hours at the council’s household waste recycling site at Weel, Beverley, will revert to normal from Monday 29 June, after a four-week extension.
Since 2 June the recycling site has opened two hours earlier than normal in a bid to solve traffic problems caused by cars queueing to get on to the site, which is located on a narrow road.
The second phase of a £1m scheme to improve roads in Beverley town centre and beyond is due to begin next month.
As part of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council scheme, work is already underway to upgrade parts of Norwood and North Bar Without.
Hundreds of children in the East Riding took part in a national sing-along, led by stars including Jessie J, Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud and McFly’s Danny Jones.
Two of the East Riding Schools Music Service’s biggest annual events have had to move online this year.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has announced that the popular Bridlington Park and Ride bus service will start on Saturday, 4 July, and will run until early November, seven days a week.
Whilst the COVID-19 restrictions are in place, customers will have to wear a face-covering if they wish to travel on the Park and Ride. There will also be reduced capacity on the Park and Ride buses to ensure social distancing.
Following the government’s announcements on 23 June, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is now able to issue updates on the reopenings of more of its facilities for residents and visitors.
An intrepid team of council staff completed a 100km cycle challenge on behalf of East Riding teachers.
Despite heavy rain, a puncture, a route change and one less rider, three members of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s transport development team managed to cycle from Withernsea lighthouse to Flamborough lighthouse.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Public Health team is advising people to think about their alcohol use during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Due to people spending much more time at home there is a concern that many are drinking more frequently and more heavily since lockdown.