140 Object to Extended Hours for Leeds Muslim Girls' School

9 hours ago
140 object to extended hours for Leeds Muslim girls' school. PLANS to extend the opening hours of a Muslim girls’ school in Leeds have attracted a raft of objections from locals... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Pearson Park and Hull Arena to Benefit as Council Records

38 days ago
Pearson Park and Hull Arena to benefit as council records . Hull City Council has recorded a £1.7m budget underspend. Last year's budget included a requirement to make £7m of savings. A new report due to go before councillors later this week says the council ended the financial year with an overall £1.7m budget underspendIt means that money will now be recycled for a... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

New Chapter for North East Lincolnshire Libraries Approved as

New Chapter for North East Lincolnshire Libraries Approved as9 days ago
New chapter for North East Lincolnshire libraries approved as . FIVE community libraries will be given over to community groups as part of a North East Lincolnshire Council scheme to save £500,000. Under the scheme, which was improved by NELC's Cabinet committee yesterday, four core centres – Grimsby Central Library, Cleethorpes Seafront, Immingham and Waltham – will... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Future of Community Libraries in Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Waltham,

Future of Community Libraries in Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Waltham,10 days ago
Future of community libraries in Grimsby, Cleethorpes, Waltham, . FIVE community libraries will be given over to community groups as part of a North East Lincolnshire Council scheme to save £500,000. Under the scheme, which was improved by NELC's Cabinet committee this afternoon, four core centres – Grimsby Central Library, Cleethorpes Seafront, Immingham and Waltham –... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Sheffield Family's Anger as Opening Hours of Play Area Cut

37 days ago
Sheffield family's anger as opening hours of play area cut. A playground popular with Sheffield families has had its opening hours cut – after one person complainted about the sound of children playing... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

JD Wetherspoon Applies for Morley Pub Licence

14 days ago
JD Wetherspoon applies for Morley pub licence. JD Wetherspoon has submitted an application with the licensing department of Leeds City Council giving the opening hours of its new Morley venture... -> Read more at Morley Observer

Sheffield Family's Anger as Opening Hours of Derbyshire Play Area Cut Following One Person's Complaint About Noise

37 days ago
Sheffield family's anger as opening hours of Derbyshire play area cut following one person's complaint about noise. A playground popular with Sheffield families has had its opening hours cut – after one person complainted about the sound of children playing... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Hull City in £4m Bid for Tottenham Hotspur Defender Michael

Hull City in £4m Bid for Tottenham Hotspur Defender Michael29 days ago
Hull City in £4m bid for Tottenham Hotspur defender Michael . Hull City have launched their move for defender Michael Dawson by opening talks with Tottenham over a proposed £4m deal. City are focusing on the chase for Dawson after missing out on Joleon Lescott last week and have formally begun negotiating with Spurs in the last 48 hours. The Tigers are willing to break their... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Hull City Make Opening £1.5m Offer for Harry Maguire from

Hull City Make Opening £1.5m Offer for Harry Maguire from38 days ago
Hull City make opening £1.5m offer for Harry Maguire from . HULL City are believed to have tabled an opening £1.5m bid for Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire. However, the Mail understands the Tigers are likely to see their first offer for the 21-year-old rejected, having seen Wolves fail with a bid of a similar amount. Maguire has emerged as one of City's top... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Building Demolition Plans Revised

Building Demolition Plans Revised23 days ago
Building demolition plans revised. A Victorian building in Hull is being demolished in two phases after the city council's original plan to "strip it down by hand" failed. -> Read more at BBC News

Revealed: The £25m Plan to Transform Hull City Centre

Revealed: The £25m Plan to Transform Hull City Centre17 days ago
Revealed: The £25m plan to transform Hull city centre. NEW plans have been unveiled today for an ambitious £25m transformation of Hull city centre. The facelift is being billed as the largest city centre transformation project in Hull's history. City councillors say the work will get the area ready for Hull's year in the spotlight as the UK City of Culture in 2017 as well... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

New Opening Hours for Council's Museum Sites

9 days ago
New opening hours for Council's museum sites. Three of Barnsley Council's museum sites are to revise their opening hours, to ensure they are open to visitors at optimum times. Cannon Hall Museum, Experience Barnsley Museum and Worsbrough Mill will all see a change to their opening hours, in time for the start of the summer holidays. Cllr Roy Miller, Cabinet Spokesperson for Place... -> Read more at Barnsley News & Sport

Plans to Bring Empty Humber Street Warehouses Alive

Plans to Bring Empty Humber Street Warehouses Alive30 days ago
Plans to bring empty Humber Street warehouses alive. Proposals to re-use a number of former wholesale fruit warehouses in Humber Street will go before Hull city councillors next week. The buildings have remained empty since fruit traders relocated to a new purpose-built complex at Priory Park five years ago. While a number of new venues have opened along the street since then, the... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

New Council Official to Oversee Local Plan Process

New Council Official to Oversee Local Plan Process45 days ago
New council official to oversee Local Plan process. A FORMER culture and regeneration director of Brighton and Hove Council has joined York council as interim director of City and Environmental Services. -> Read more at York Press

Holderness Road Library Faces Closure Under Hull City Council

Holderness Road Library Faces Closure Under Hull City Council1 day ago
Holderness Road library faces closure under Hull City Council . ANOTHER library in Hull could close as part of a new £320,000 programme of budget savings. If given the go-ahead, the branch library in Hull City Council's Holderness Road customer services centre could shut. Subject to a public consultation expected to take place later this year, the proposals are due to be... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Hull Boundary Inquiry Advice to Cost City Council £35,000

Hull Boundary Inquiry Advice to Cost City Council £35,00045 days ago
Hull boundary inquiry advice to cost city council £35,000. External research and policy advice for an inquiry into the case for extending Hull's administrative boundaries is set to cost the city council just over £35,000.Council contracts below £50,000 normally require quotations from three different sources before they are awarded. However, a new decision record... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

£700 a Day for New Council Officer

£700 a Day for New Council Officer36 days ago
£700 a day for new council officer. CITY of York Council has come under fire for paying almost £3,000 a week to a top official to shepherd the controversial Local Plan through the planning process. -> Read more at York Press

Hull: Police and Hull City Council Work Together to Tackle Organised Crime

20 days ago
Hull: Police and Hull City Council work together to tackle organised crime. Officers from Humberside Police Serious Crime Section and the Hull City Council Neighbourhood Nuisance Team have been working together to tackle organised criminal gangs and disrupt their activities. -> Read more at Humberside Police

Lap Dancing Club is Given Go-ahead by Council

Lap Dancing Club is Given Go-ahead by Council2 days ago
Lap dancing club is given go-ahead by council. COUNCILLORS have voted to allow a second lap dancing club in York city centre – but have called for a review of the city's policies on such venues. -> Read more at York Press

New £10m Health Centre to Ease Pressure on Hull Royal

New £10m Health Centre to Ease Pressure on Hull Royal11 days ago
New £10m health centre to ease pressure on Hull Royal . A MULTI-million-pound health and social care centre is to be created on the site of the former David Lister school in east Hull. Hull City Council has agreed to gift the land, worth £786,000, to Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) as part of the Better Care Plan to transform health and social care. The 30-bed unit... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

York Villagers Demand Local Plan to be Withdrawn

York Villagers Demand Local Plan to be Withdrawn12 days ago
York villagers demand Local Plan to be withdrawn. ELVINGTON Parish Council has hit out at the city council's plans for their village after three meetings saw hundreds turn out to oppose proposals. -> Read more at York Press

Drivers Warned over Tour de France Road Closures

Drivers Warned over Tour de France Road Closures24 days ago
Drivers warned over Tour de France road closures. RESIDENTS and businesses are being asked to plan ahead as a large swathe of York city centre will be closed to traffic for up to ten hours when the Tour de France comes to the city at the weekend. -> Read more at York Press

Hull City to Rest Nikica Jelavic and Maynor Figueroa for

Hull City to Rest Nikica Jelavic and Maynor Figueroa for3 days ago
Hull City to rest Nikica Jelavic and Maynor Figueroa for . Hull City pair Maynor Figueroa and Nikica Jelavic will not be rushed back to feature in the club's Europa League debut next week as Steve Bruce looks to protect his World Cup stars. Less than a month has passed since Figueroa and Jelavic saw their time in Brazil ended with Honduras and Croatia respectively but today they... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Hull Gets £5.5m Arts Boost for Museums, Freedom Festival

Hull Gets £5.5m Arts Boost for Museums, Freedom Festival23 days ago
Hull gets £5.5m arts boost for museums, Freedom Festival . HULL has been given a £5.5m funding boost by the Arts Council. The national arts funding organisation has named the city's museums service as a new major partner for the first time. As well as now having the same status as 20 other museum services around the country, it also means the city council will receive... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Hull City Fans Asked to Help Identify Men Wanted for Serious

Hull City Fans Asked to Help Identify Men Wanted for Serious1 day ago
Hull City fans asked to help identify men wanted for serious . POLICE in London are appealing to Hull City fans to help identify two men suspected of a serious assault. The attack, which police are treating as grevious bodily harm, happened in Islington in the early hours of May 18. Thousands of Tigers fans were in the capital ahead of the FA Cup final. The assault took place at... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail