There will be a public event of The Environment Agency on 8 May at Southlands Methodist Church: New Hall between 2:30 and 8pm.
This event is in response to feedback received on 6 March in relation to the proposed Clementhorpe Flood Alleviation Scheme (FAS). At this event, held at the Community Centre on Lower Ebor Street, a number of residents raised concerns about access to the site from Butcher Terrace and along Terry Avenue in front of Rowntree Park. I have attached a copy of the feedback report for information.
The planning application for the Clementhorpe FAS is currently live on city of York Council planning portal, ref 19/00570/FUL. We hope that by giving residents further opportunity to talk to the project team and view the information included in our planning application, we will enable residents to comment on the application and also ensure residents’ concerns are taken into account throughout the development of this scheme.
The event will focus on:
1) Site access
3) Vegetation management
Plans for the scheme will be available to view and the EA project team will be on hand to discuss the proposals with residents. The Project Manager of the South Bank Property Flood Resilience Scheme to be on hand to update residents on progress and answer any questions.
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
Just to the west of Micklegate Ward the York Central Partnership is developing one of England’s largest brownfield sites. You can join the conversation which will shape what York Central, the new railway quarter, will look like as a place to live, work, relax and travel through.
York Central Engagement & Exhibition
Join the conversation
Take part in the Festival of York Central and help shape this part of our city
The Gallery, National Railway Museum
Leeman Road, YO26 4XJ
10:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday 21st March – Friday 27th April 2018
York Central Partnership Accounts:
http://www.yorkcentral.info/ – join the conversation tab to right hand side of page will take you to the exhibition information and online feedback module.
My York Central Accounts:
We look forward to seeing you throughout the festival!