Beverley Liberal Democrat Councillors have handed in a petition, on behalf of residents, with over 100 signatures saying ‘NO’ to plans ninety new homes to be built on Poplars Way.
The Labour group on Beverley Town Council has called for a fund to help the town recover from the crippling impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Currently, the council holds around £750,000 which Labour councillors believe could offer vital help to residents and businesses who are now struggling financially after five months of lockdown.
Toxic, vile and full of lies, that what best describes the past four weeks in relation to this general election.
Billed as an election that would bring a divided nation together is has failed. But let’s face it, the past three years have been full of catastrophic failures by politicians.
The Liberal Democrats have confirmed that Councillor Denis Healy will be their Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Beverley and Holderness constituency.
While no date for a general election has been set, it is widely accepted one could be just weeks away.
Cllr Denis Healy has spoken out accusing East Riding of Yorkshire Council of ‘Swamping Beverley’ with new houses.
He also adds that while campaigning in the last election that the residents were concerned over the volume of homes springing up in the Market Town.
Cllr Denis Healy has welcomed the news that a local business has won their battle with East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s planning committee.
The LibDem Cllr has always supported the local entrepreneur in his quest to diversify his business. After East Riding Council reject his application, Pasha took his battle to the highest level.
Residents are currently being urged to share their views following the launch of the Crown Post Office Public Consultation.
However as reported some weeks back, the Post Office has made it clear they have made their minds up. Bosses have said that the Post Office in Beverley will indeed be closed.
Labour Party and local LibDem members were united on Saturday as they staging a protest to save Beverley Post Office from closure.
Representatives of from both parties were in Beverley town centre collecting signatures for their petitions to save the post office.
Members of the ERYC Liberal Democrat will be asking the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to write to Government over the proposed changes to how ‘Fracking’ Applications are dealt with.
Anger has swept across the country following news that Ministers are going to make life easier for energy companies who will no longer need planning permission to prospect for shale gas.
A LibDem Councillor in Beverley says he has no choice but to support a council tax increase in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Cllr Denis Healy says while in principle he does not agree with 5.99pc increase he says the local authority have no choice if they wish to stay solvent.
Denis Healy says plans by the Liberal Democrats for a legalised cannabis market will help tackle organised crime and mental health issues caused by the drug.
Mr. Healy who is standing in the 2017 Election says that by introducing these measures it will make the drug safer and help tackle criminals who profit for the sale of Cannabis.
The Green Party’s Deputy Leader Adrian Ramsay will visit Beverley on Thurs 1st Dec. Adrian will speak at an open meeting at Norwood Methodist Church, Norwood, at 7.30pm, on the positive Green vision. Admission is free and refreshments will be provided. Bill Rigby, of East Riding Green Party says, ‘Adrian has pulled off an amazing feat in that by the tender age of 30 he has transformed Norwich City Council…
Yes, for the first time in my life I (Shan Oakes) have been sufficiently moved about an issue to somewhat rudely e-mail (almost) my entire address book. Please forgive. Perhaps odd that the first event that should ever move me to such extremes is the Alternative Vote referendum, but there we are. Perhaps next week I shall e-mail about cuddly pandas or global poverty. But let’s start with AV. Doubtless…