Graham Stuart, Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness, brought together cross-party councillors from across Beverley and Molescroft to express their concerns to Connexin, the Hull-based fibre broadband provider, about its planned delivery of broadband by telegraph poles to the town.
After seeing other neighbourhoods have telegraph poles imposed on them without sufficient consultation, Graham convened the councillors around the table with Connexin to ensure the people of Beverley and Molescroft have their voices heard.
McCarthy and Stone have showcased its proposals to redevelop the former Westwood Park Care Home, off Langholm Close.
Their plans will see the site developed into 51 high-quality retirement apartments. It will also feature communal facilities. These include a homeowners’ lounge, mobility scooter charging and storage room.
Liberal Democrat councillors on Beverley Town Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have given their support for plans to pilot a part-pedestrianisation scheme in Beverley’s Saturday Market.
The majority of businesses surveyed are overwhelmingly behind the scheme, which will see an extension to the pavement area from the Grapes to the Yorkshire Bank, taking in the King’s Head and businesses on the east of Saturday Market as well as Browns.
East Riding Councillor David Boynton who also works locally as a Community Nurse, has stated how pleased he is with the response from the community to the Governments request for people to stay at home due to Covid-19.