East Riding of Yorkshire Council has officially launched the East Riding Economic Strategy 2018-2022.
The document has been prepared by the council and will act as a blueprint in guiding economic activity in the East Riding for the next five years, with the aim of promoting growth in all parts of the area.
Local MP, Graham Stuart, is asking the council to explain changes to plans for an Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plant at Plaxton Bridge, Woodmansey.
Following representations from the 60-strong Woodmansey and Dunswell Residents’ Group, Graham has written to the council’s Director of planning, Alan Menzies, to find answers about the alterations – which residents say have not been properly consulted on.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been handed the keys to its new business centre at Bridgehead Business Park, in Hessle, with contractor – PDR Construction – beginning its final phase of works.
The £3.9 million development, known as ergo, is aimed at the growing renewable energy and environmental technology sectors and will provide a connected environment offering flexible office space, conference facilities, an on-site café and parking.
Hull is planning a £50m cruiser terminal in a bid to attract a new bracket of visitors to the city, which is just about to celebrate the end of its year as the UK Capital of Culture.
Grace Chatterton, project manager – major projects & infrastructure at Hull City Council, told Built Environment Networking’s Hull & Humberside Development Plans conference, that the authority has appointed internal and professional teams to deliver the project.
Headlands School has launched its very own window on the world of work, thanks to a grant from the Bridlington Renaissance Partnership, which secured funds from the national Coastal Communities Team initiative.
Students can use new touch-screen technology in the school to find out more about career pathways, local opportunities for employment and training and how local employers are looking to bolster their workforce for the future.