Graham Stuart, the local MP for Beverley and Holderness, has armed himself with a litter picker and a bin bag to take part in Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British September Clean
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has pledged his support for this year’s Great British September Clean, run by environmental charity, Keep Britain Tidy, together with East Riding of Yorkshire Council Ward Councillors for Beverley Rural, Minster and Woodmansey, South East Holderness, South West Holderness and Mid Holderness.
East Riding College said farewell to its long-serving Chair of the Corporation at the end of July.
Local businessman Simon Wright joined the board of governors at the college fifteen years ago when the Beverley campus was based at the old Gallows Lane site and before the current Bridlington campus was built.
A local councillor is asking residents to contact him if they have ideas about Beverley become a more COVID safe town centre.
Cllr David Elvidge made the comments following news of a grant that the government will make available to local authorities. East Riding of Yorkshire Council stands to benefit from hundreds of thousands of pounds.
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.
Hopes of achieving an early end to the problem of commuter parking in Beverley have been dealt a blow.
This is as a result of the ruling Conservative group rejecting a proposal from St Mary’s Ward councillors.
The first residents have moved into an in-demand Beal Homes development in Beverley, including members of the award-winning housebuilder’s own staff.
Residents are settling into their new homes at St. John’s Fold, in the shadow of Beverley Minster and close to the heart of the historic market town, which is Beal’s fastest-selling development ever.
A teenager who traded a career in fixing cars for a brighter future making and mending gleaming jewellery has charmed her employer and a leading charity with a special Christmas creation.
Savannah Beal has hand-crafted a silver daisy as a gift for Karen Guest, who hired her as an apprentice in the family firm of Guest & Philips. Karen has donated the piece to the Daisy Appeal, which is now giving it away free of charge on Facebook to the most deserving recipient.
Five-star housebuilder, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East, which includes both the Barratt Homes and David Wilson Homes brands, has been shortlisted for three awards at this year’s Structural Timber Awards.
The prestigious event showcases and honours construction achievements and timber innovations.
Councillor Denis Healy is challenging his colleagues to take part in the new Beverley Westwood Parkrun.
His comments come after he took part and completed the first-ever Parkrun held in the town.
Play Areas in Woodmansey Parish have been officially reopened after the completion of works. This work was funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums, collected from developers of nearby housing sites.
Deer Park Way Play Area and King Street Play Area have been reopened. While the third play area Southwood Park on Princess Way is set for work to start in July.
Beverley-based Lovel Developments has submitted plans for the next phase of East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s housing masterplan for the town after securing permission for an initial project to build 189 homes.
The Council’s planning committee has now approved the first phase of the scheme south of Willow Lane and Philip Lovel, Managing Director of Lovel Developments, said the decision opens up an area of 14.25 hectares of land which is part of the masterplan.
Award-winning housebuilder Beal Homes has released more properties in response to a tremendous demand for new homes at a development in one of Britain’s best places to live.
The next phase of 12 homes at the exclusive St. John’s Fold development in Beverley has been released after buyers snapped up half of the properties off the plan.
The Conservative Party have suffered a catastrophic defeat at the local elections in Beverley.
Results from the polls held on Thursday saw the Tories wiped out in Beverley’s Historic Core. They were defeated in St Mary’s while also been banished from Beverley Town Council.
What should you be looking for when you go to the polls on May 2 to vote in the local elections?
This is a question many of us will ask ourselves over the coming days. Polling cards are already being issued and the candidates are out looking for your support.
Labour Party members have officially launched their campaign for the 2019 local elections calling for ERYC to put ‘I Before E’.
Over sixty candidates were outside County Hall in Beverley as the party fielding the most candidates in the election made their voices heard.
Following the recent surge in Labour Party membership, East Riding Labour Party will be fielding 61 candidates. The party will have candidates across all 26 wards in the elections to County Hall on May 2nd.
Families will be at the heart of the campaign when East Riding Labour launches its assault on Tory-held seats at County Hall.
Residents living within the boundaries of Beverley will be able to have their say on local issues at the Annual Town meeting.
The meeting will take place Taking place on Tuesday 5 March at East Riding College. It gives the public an opportunity to raise issues that matter to them.