Month: March 2019

Waste Collection updates for #York

Please note that residents can now be informed about waste collection updates via York’s Council website. Please see the link below:

https://www.york.gov.uk/CollectionUpdates

The table will indicate if there has been a service issue that day. You can click on the day they were due to receive a collection and this will list the streets affected and the date for re-collection. Information is presented on a rolling week basis.

This page will replace any updates previously made on waste social media pages and these will be removed. This means there will be no social media platform for waste!

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#York for Europe – AMAZING STUFF IN MARCH #YorkForEurope

Monday Vigil, Remain the Best Deal for Women March and Rally, EU Citizens Rights Legal Info and York for Europe Coaches to the Big London March (also Remain Supportive – social event)
Remain – The best Deal for Women

York for Europe have an epic line up of speakers at their march and rally next week (see graphic below) – From 12:30 p.m on Saturday 9 March in St. Helen’s Square, York.  All Welcome

EU Citizens Legal Information Session  – Monday 12 March, 19:00 to 21:00, Friends Meeting House Friargate, York

A free event, supported by the European Commission and delivered by an expert in the field.  This will involve an overview of the current landscape for those not currently holding UK citizenship.  There will also be a Q&A to answer practical questions.

FREE TICKETS available from Eventbrite

And the BIG ONE – ‘Put it to the People March – Saturday 23 March, London, York Coaches from Leeman Road – 07:30 AM.

Last time was big,  this time will be EPIC! – York for Europe quickly sold out their first coach to the London march. There are still a few places remaining on the coaches booked for the 23rd March.  Join York for Europe and the 12 other Yorkshire groups to make history.  Book early to avoid disappointment.

Coach tickets are £20 or £30 and available HERE

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#MICKLEGATE LIST OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS RECEIVED BETWEEN 18TH February – 1ST March 2019

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: 19/00206/FUL

Location:       11 Thorpe Street York YO23 1NJ

Proposal:       Single storey rear extensions

Applicant:     Mrs Sharon Moore

Contact Mr Howard Berry

Consultation Expiry Date       19 March 2019

Case Officer:   Edward Bainbridge Expected Decision Level       DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00257/FUL

Location:       126 The Mount York YO24 1AS

Proposal:      Single storey rear extension after removal of existing rear offshoot.

Applicant:     Mr And Mrs Harle

Contact Mr Chris Hunt

Consultation Expiry Date       27 March 2019

Case Officer:   Sandra Duffill Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00340/TCA

Location:       26 Holgate Road York YO24 4AB

Proposal:       Fell Sycamore tree in a Conservation Area

Applicant:     Mr Oliver Peters

Consultation Expiry Date

Case Officer:   Brian Williams Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00394/TCA

Location:       67 The Mount York YO24 1AX

Proposal:       Fell Ginko tree in a Conservation Area

Applicant:     Dr Janice Lawson

Consultation Expiry Date

Case Officer:   Brian Williams Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00210/ADV

Location:       Car Park To Rear Of Odeon Cinema Blossom Street York

Proposal:       Display of 5no. wall mounted parking enforcement signs, 1no. pole mounted entrance sign, 1no. pole mounted terms and conditions board, 1no. pole mounted tariff board (retrospective)

Applicant:     Minster Baywatch Ltd

Contact O’Neill Associates

Consultation Expiry Date       13 March 2019

Case Officer:   Lindsay Jenkins Expected Decision Level       DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00211/LBC

Location:       Car Park To Rear Of Odeon Cinema Blossom Street York

Proposal:       Display of 5no. wall mounted parking enforcement signs, 1no. pole mounted entrance sign, 1no. pole mounted terms and conditions board, 1no. pole mounted tariff board (retrospective)

Applicant:     Minster Baywatch Ltd

Contact O’Neill Associates

Consultation Expiry Date       27 March 2019

Case Officer:   Lindsay Jenkins Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00251/TCA

Location:       Bar Convent Living Heritage Centre The Bar Convent 17 Blossom Street York YO24 1AQ

Proposal:       Reduce Laburnum by 1/3, thin and shape; remove 2 lower limbs from Robina; reduce Cyprus by 2m – tree works in a Conservation Area

Applicant:     Miss A Stafford

Contact Mr Toby Johnson

Consultation Expiry Date       14 March 2019

Case Officer:   Brian Williams Expected Decision Level DEL

 

Ref No: 19/00269/ADV

Location:       Grand Hotel And Spa Station Rise York YO1 6GD

Proposal:       Display of 1 no. internally illuminated fascia signs and 2 no. externally illuminated hanging signs

Applicant:     Grand Hotel And Spa

Contact Mr Graeme Holbeck

Consultation Expiry Date       12 March 2019

Case Officer:   Sophie Prendergast Expected Decision Level     DEL

#York is part of EU Settlement Scheme pilot

City of York Council has announced they will take part in the second phase of the national EU Settlement Scheme pilot.

York is the one of only four North East areas taking part in the scheme; the other three are Stockton on Tees, Newcastle and Hull.

The EU Settlement Scheme is a Home Office initiative which allows EU citizens living in the UK to apply to the scheme if they wish to continue living in the UK past 30 June 2021.

The second phase of the EU Settlement Scheme tests the application process ready for when the scheme opens fully to the public by 30 March 2019.

EU Citizens can choose whether to send their details to the Home Office, use an android app, or make an appointment at York Register Office for a cost of £14, to verify their identification.

The appointments are ideal for residents whose mobile phone or other device doesn’t have near field communication (NFC) and the resident is eligible to apply for settled status during the pilot phase.

Appointments can be made at York Registration Service, York Register Office, 56 Bootham, York, YO30 7DA, for Mondays and Tuesdays between 1pm – 4.30pm at a cost of £14 (including VAT).

Applicants must bring ID and be able to provide a valid phone number and email address. To make an appointment, call 01904 654477.

Businesses are able to bulk book appointments for large groups of employees or arrange for Register Office staff to visit their premises if more convenient.

For further details about making an appointment www.york.gov.uk/EUSettlementScheme or to find out if you’re eligible to apply, visit (Home office link)