Yorkshire Tourism Awards Looking To Find The Best Of The Best

Yorkshire Tourism Awards Looking To Find The Best Of The Best
February 1, 2020

Current champions are going head to head with first-time finalists in the battle to be crowned the “best of the best” at this year’s Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.

The much-anticipated shortlist of finalists, revealed today by Visit Hull and East Yorkshire (VHEY), is being described as “the most exciting ever”. Tourism bosses say it’s testament to the popularity of the region as a visitor destination and the range of what’s on offer.

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Yorkshire Water Pleased With Feedback From Local Community

Yorkshire Water Pleased With Feedback From Local Community
February 14, 2019

Yorkshire Water says they are pleased with the positive feedback they have received from the community with regard to their major project in Beverley.

Yorkshire Water is currently undertaking a multi-million project. The works happening are to upgrade the treatment plant that deals with waste-water.

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Experts Gather In Hull To Address Flooding Issues

Experts Gather In Hull To Address Flooding Issues
June 26, 2018

A workshop to address Hull’s relationship with water will take place with representatives from a number of sectors including business, housing, environment and health and wellbeing.

Earlier this year, Hull was selected alongside Miami, Cape Town, Amman and Mexico City to contribute to the development of a new City Water Resilience Framework (CWRF). 

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Extension To Road Closure As Part Of Essential Flood Scheme Work

Extension To Road Closure As Part Of Essential Flood Scheme Work
March 26, 2018

Residents and road users are being informed of an extension to an essential road closure which is required to permit work to be carried out on the £22million Anlaby and East Ella Flood Alleviation Scheme.

Contractors working for East Riding of Yorkshire Council are currently working to construct a new culvert underneath Beverley Road, near Anlaby.

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Graham Stuart MP Visits ‘Improved’ Hollym Water Treatment Works Proposed Site

Graham Stuart MP Visits ‘Improved’ Hollym Water Treatment Works Proposed Site
July 26, 2017

Having visited the proposed site for the relocation of Hollym Water Treatment Works, Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley & Holderness, and local East Riding Councillor Lyn Healing, have suggested that the new proposal will be fairer to local residents.

The present treatment works is 70 metres from the cliff face which is fast eroding and must move to a new location.

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