Would-be homeowners in the East Riding of Yorkshire are being invited to find out more about shared ownership homes for sale in the sought-after rural village of Hutton Cranswick.
Together Housing Group is due to complete work on 10 homes in the village of in March and potential buyers are invited to come along to a drop-in session on 13 February between 3pm and 6pm at WI Hall on Main Street to find out more.
As part of its programme of highway maintenance works, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is carrying out essential carriageway improvement works on the A1038 Kingsgate between Wilsthorpe Roundabout and Kingston Road, Bridlington.
The works began on Monday, 7 January 2019 and are expected to be completed in six weeks (weather permitting).
A study focusing on town centres, retail and leisure will be undertaken in the East Riding as part of the evidence base for a future review of the East Riding Local Plan.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has appointed WYG to carry out the work that will look at assessing and providing recommendations relating to the future of town centres across the East Riding, along with providing capacity figures for additional retail and leisure floor space over the plan period to 2036.
Seabirds breeding along the Yorkshire coast will be afforded additional protection, following the expected designation of a new Marine Protected Area (MPA) around Flamborough and Filey.
The Flamborough and Filey Coast Special Protection Area (SPA) will build on existing designations along this internationally-important stretch of coastline to ensure further protection for the UK’s largest mainland seabird colony, both on the cliffs and within inshore waters.
Around 80 people attended a seminar, hosted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership, at Bishop Burton College to discuss the challenges of delivering affordable and market housing in rural communities.
The event was attended by a number of housing experts and included guest speakers from the National Housing Federation and East Midlands Community Led Housing.
Around 50 people have registered to attend a free seminar focusing on the challenges of delivering affordable and market housing in rural communities on Tuesday, 22 May at Bishop Burton College.
Hosted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Rural Partnership, the event will include updates about policy from both a local and national perspective, a series of break-out sessions.