#MICKLEGATE LIST OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 8TH October– 19TH October 2018

Below are the latest planning applications received by the York Council for the Micklegate ward. Full details can be found by searching for the application reference. Representations can be made in favour of, or in objection to, any application via the Planning on line web site.  http://planningaccess.york.gov.uk/online-applications/

Ref No: 18/02322/FUL

Location:       Land To The South Of 4 Scarcroft Lane York

Proposal:       Variation of condition 2 (approved plans) of permitted application 17/01722/FUL to alter siting, external appearance and height of approved dwelling

Applicant:      Mr D Todd

Contact Mr L Vincent

Consultation Expiry Date        14 November 2018

Case Officer:   Jonathan Kenyon   Expected Decision Level       DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02372/EIASP

Location:       Station Building Railway Station Station Road York YO24 1AY

Proposal:       Scoping opinion in respect of the York Railway Station frontage improvement works

Applicant:      Marc Watterson

Consultation Expiry Date        6 November 2018

Case Officer:   Lindsay Jenkins Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02390/ADV

Location:       Knavesmire Hotel  Albemarle Road York YO23 1ER

Proposal:       Installation of replacement illuminated and non illuminated signs to the exterior of the building

Applicant:      Mr Devlin

Contact Mrs Gillian Shepley

Consultation Expiry Date        8 November 2018

Case Officer:   Carolyn Howarth Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02306/LHE

Location:       51 Wentworth Road York YO24 1DG

Proposal:       Erection of single storey extension extending 4.8 metres beyond the rear wall of the original house, with a height to the eaves of 2.835 metres and a total height of 2.985 metres

Applicant:      Ms Melanie Paris

Contact Mr Philip Bixby

Consultation Expiry Date        2 November 2018

Case Officer:   Faith Chingono  Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02246/LBC

Location:       The Mount School Dalton Terrace York YO24 4DA

Proposal:       Extension to existing building to form new dance/ drama studio with associated internal alterations and minor external works

Applicant:      Mr Nick Higgins

Contact Miss Sharlene McFarlane

Consultation Expiry Date        14 November 2018

Case Officer:   Erik Matthews   Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02332/TCA

Location:       Land Lying Between Albemarle Road And Mill Mount York

Proposal:       Various tree works including felling of an Ash tree in a Conservation Area

Applicant:      Mr Mike Cole

Contact Mr Jonathan Slight

Consultation Expiry Date        30 October 2018

Case Officer:   Esther Priestley        Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02333/TCA

Location:       Land To North Of Jacobs Court Trinity Lane York

Proposal:       Crown reduce and lift 4 no. Himalayan Birch trees in a Conservation Area

Applicant:      Mr Robert Agar

Consultation Expiry Date        30 October 2018

Case Officer:   Esther Priestley        Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02218/FUL

Location:       Melrose Stand York Racecourse Racecourse Road Knavesmire York

Proposal:       External alterations to allow formation of new premier sports lounge

Applicant:      York Racecourse Knavesmire LLP

Contact Dawson Williamson Ltd

Consultation Expiry Date        26 October 2018

Case Officer: Sophie Prendergast   Expected Decision Level      DEL

 

Ref No: 18/02245/FUL

Location:       The Mount School Dalton Terrace York YO24 4DA

Proposal:       Extension to existing building to form new dance/drama studio with associated internal alterations and minor external works

Applicant:      Mr Nick Higgins

Contact Miss Sharlene McFarlane

Consultation Expiry Date        26 October 2018

Case Officer:   Erik Matthews   Expected Decision Level DEL

 

 

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Have your say: Current consultations of City of #York Council

Consultations

You can find all consultations on:
https://www.york.gov.uk/consultations

Budget Consultation – How would you set our budget

Early in 2019, councillors will have to set the council budget for 2019/20. We’re asking residents, businesses and community groups to tell us what you think the budget should look like, in areas such as:

  • amount to pay on council tax
  • parks, play areas and libraries
  • adult social care
  • business rates
  • parking charges
  • plastic recycling
  • household waste

Use our budget simulator to make the very same decisions our councillors will face early next year, and visualise the impact of setting the budget – it should only take 5 to 10 minutes to tell us what areas you would prioritise.

Alternatively:

  • complete and return the survey printed in Our City magazine – landing on your doormat during October, or available in libraries and West Offices
  • come to a drop-in session at West Offices on Tuesday 20 November, between 5.00pm and 7.00pm

All printed questionnaire responses from Our City must be received by Friday 23 November. Online consultation closes at midnight on Friday 30 November 2018.


Feedback on the Bootham Park site

The Bootham Park site is extremely important to York, that’s why we’re working with health partners, to explore:

  • how best to guide redevelopment and protect the site’s significant heritage
  • how the site could be used and how it interacts with the wider area
  • how a comprehensive approach could have large benefits to the city

We want to make sure that future developments continue to protect the significant heritage of Bootham Park site; we’re also considering how it interacts with the wider area, at the heart of York.

See for www.york.gov.uk/BoothamPark for further information, and how to give your feedback.

We’re gathering your feedback and talking with potential providers to help us shape the brief for our designers and architects, so we can present a proposal for the sensitive redevelopment of the area in November.

Consultation closes at midnight at 9.00am on Thursday 1 November


School Admission Arrangements

The annual admission arrangements consultation is taking place between 8 October and 7 December 2018. The admissions policies, published admission numbers and related documents for schools in the City of York area relate to how admissions applications and decisions will be made for the 2020-2021 school year.

The consultation is a joint exercise between all admissions authorities in York, including:

  • City of York Council on behalf of community and voluntary controlled schools
  • the governing bodies of voluntary aided schools
  • the academy trusts of (single) academies
  • the trust board, and local governing committees, of multi-academy trusts

View the draft policies online. Comments can be made by completing the school admission online survey, emailing admissionsconsultation@york.gov.uk or by writing to School Services, West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA, or to any of the schools and academies that are jointly consulting.

After consultation all admission authorities will determine their admission arrangements by 28 February 2019 in line with the School Admissions Code.

Consultation closes at midnight on Friday 7 December 2018


Statement of Licensing Policy and Cumulative Impact Assessment

Ahead of the current policy expiring in March 2019, we’re seeking your views on our Statement of Licensing Policy which has been updated to include relevant changes in legislation. We’re also asking you to comment on a Cumulative Impact Assessment, which identifies an area of the city centre where the number and concentration of licensed premises adversely affects residents, visitors and other businesses, and therefore the promotion of our licensing objectives.

The results of the consultation will be considered by the Gambling, Licensing and Regulatory Committee before being approved by Full Council in March 2019.

To get involved you can email: licensing.unit@york.gov.uk or send your comments by post to:

Licensing Services
City of York Council
Eco Depot
Hazel Court
York
YO10 3DS

Consultation closes at midnight on Friday 28 December 2018


Fossgate improvements

Fossgate is one of the York’s best loved streets, with its own special character in the heart of the city. It offers a variety of independent shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs which attract a diverse range of residents and visitors. We want to continue working with residents and businesses to support Fossgate’s vibrant, growing community, and we’re seeking your feedback on how to invest £500,000 in improvements.

See www.york.gov.uk/Fossgate for further information about our proposals, and how to give your feedback.

Your comments will help us create our final designs for improvements to Fossgate, and will also help our Executive Member for Transport and Planning to decide on whether to go ahead with the improvements at the open decision-making session on Thursday 15 November 2018.

Consultation closes at midnight on Sunday 21 October 2018

 

Molly Scott Cato, Green MEP & Professor of Green Economics speaks in #York at @Clementshall at 7:30 on Friday November 2nd #Micklegate

How can we make the economy work better to provide housing, jobs and a safe environment for all?

MollyMolly Scott Cato, Green MEP & Professor of Green Economics speaks in York at Clement’s Hall, Nunthorpe Road, York YO23 1BW at 7:30 on Friday November 2nd.

Entry is FREE!

There will be a pay as you feel café so attendees can come straight from work and not have to worry about food,
and there will be a paid bar until 10:30pm!

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-is-the-economy-for-tickets-50539538119?aff=estw

 

 

#York City Centre Signage consultation of @theyorkbid

York BID is committed to installing new signage in the city centre to help visitors and residents find their way around.

As part of their Appearance & Environment programme, and in partnership City of York Council and York Civic Trust, they want to provide high quality, useful signage that can be easily updated.

They have looked at schemes in other cities as well as York and drawn up some designs. Now they want the feedback of residents and visitors.

Please go to the link below and spend five minutes completing their wayfinder survey. Your opinions might help to shape the signposting in York for many years to come.

http://www.theyorkbid.com/initiatives/appearance-environment/wayfinding

This research is being carried out according to the Market Research Society’s Code of Conduct. All your answers and information you provide will be treated as anonymous and confidential in accordance with the new Data Protection Act and GDPR legislation.

You can read more about how your Personal Data is protected here.

#York Central – Updated Answers to questions No.1 & No.2

Following the submission of the outline planning application for the York Central development, the York Central Partnership has received a number of questions from residents seeking clarification on some key themes.  To answer these questions they are creating a series updates to provide answers, clarifications and explanations .

The first of these updates is focused on how it is proposed that vehicles, including cars buses and taxis, will move through the site and connect with York’s existing road network:

http://www.yorkcentral.info/2018/08/30/your-questions-answered-york-central-vehicle-access-and-movement-explained/

In the second they are looking at how people will walk and cycle through York Central and its connections with the wider city:

http://www.yorkcentral.info/2018/09/14/your-questions-answered-pedestrian-and-cycle-access-to-and-through-york-central/

#York Safe the Date: @StNicksFields Autumn Fayre Sat 13 Oct 2018 at 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Safe the date for this brilliant annual celebration event of nature’s harvest at St Nicks Environment Centre.

There’ll be fun activities for all ages including:

  • Apple Olympics, Longest Peel Contestand other playful opportunities
  • Bake off – donate a cake/pie containing some British fruit into the contest and have a chance to win a prize: please apply by getting in touch by 11th October. Or come and be a judge on the day; for £5 you get a plateful of cake to try.
  • Apple juicing
  • Autumnal goodies to try and/or buy
  • Music
  • Stalls of local groups and businesses to browse

Free entry, donations welcome

More activities and details will be added closer to the date

https://stnicks.org.uk/get-inspired/events/autumn-fayre-3/

 

 

Book launch @AngelOnTheGreen : “Bishy Road: a #York shopping street in time” from @clemhallhistory #Micklegate BOOK NOW AVAILABLE

Yesterday, Clements Hall Local History Group launchedBishy+Road+book+cover+smaller their new book about the history of the Bishopthorpe Road shops and is now on sale. You can buy it at Clements Hall in Nunthorpe Road or at our local shops: Frankie and Johnny’s Cookshop, Pextons, The Pig and Pastry, Trinacria and Cycle Heaven at the Angel on the Green. Price £5.

“Entitled Bishy Road: a York shopping street in time, it shows how some of our shops have accommodated the same trades for over a hundred years, while some reflect shopping trends as they changed over the twentieth century. We do know that people have very fond memories of the street.

We were very grateful to be supported in this venture by Bishopthorpe Road Traders Association, by the Micklegate Ward Fund, by the Noel Goddard Terry Charitable Trust, and the Yorkshire Architectural and York Archaeological Society (YAYAS). The proceeds from sales will enable us to develop our researches into the history of shops along Nunnery Lane, in Clementhorpe, and in South Bank. Our aim is to produce further publications focusing on those areas.

The book includes a brief history of each of the premises along Bishy Road and the businesses trading from them, with stories from customers and newspaper reports. There are over 60 photographs and some maps, together with excerpts from interviews with traders and from our memory wall.”

http://www.clementshallhistorygroup.org.uk/blog/bishy-road-a-york-shopping-street-in-time/