Green Light for Hundreds of Flats on Former Leeds High School and Police Depot Sites

6 days ago
Green light for hundreds of flats on former Leeds high school and police depot sites. A £40M redevelopment which will transform the sites of a disused Leeds high school building and a former police depot into new homes has been given the go-ahead by planning chiefs at the second attempt... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Pickles Will Decide on Proposed Traveller Site

23 days ago
Pickles will decide on proposed traveller site. Eric Pickles has said that the final decision over whether or not to approve a traveller site based near Morley Station will rest with him. -> Read more at Morley Observer

York Woman Welcomes Ruling on Right to Die

York Woman Welcomes Ruling on Right to Die28 days ago
York woman welcomes ruling on right to die. A YORK woman with terminal cancer has welcomed the Supreme Court's latest ruling over an individual's the right to die. -> Read more at York Press

Leeds Traveller Camp Plan Scaled Down – but Objections Will Stand

45 days ago
Leeds traveller camp plan scaled down – but objections will stand. Controversial Plans for a new travellers’ site in Leeds have been scaled down – but protestors have been told their objections to the original proposal will still count... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

List of Potential Development Sites in Craven Communities

List of Potential Development Sites in Craven Communities43 days ago
List of potential development sites in Craven communities. A TOTAL of 70 sites have been identified as 'preferred' for possible housing or employment use in 16 towns, villages and settlements in Craven. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Immingham Home Care Agency Told to Improve by Inspectors After

Immingham Home Care Agency Told to Improve by Inspectors After1 day ago
Immingham home care agency told to improve by inspectors after . A HOME care agency has been told it needs immediate improvement by inspectors after failing to meet nine of the 11 national standards that were tested. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is taking action to protect the safety and welfare of people receiving care from Aamina Homecare Limited in Immingham, which has about 130... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Go-ahead for £40m Leeds Housing Scheme

5 days ago
Go-ahead for £40m Leeds housing scheme. A £40M redevelopment which will transform the sites of a disused Leeds high school building and a former police depot into new homes has been given the go-ahead by planning chiefs at the second attempt... -> Read more at Yorkshire Post

Leeds Shop Sinks Its Teeth into Pasty Ruling Opportunity

37 days ago
Leeds shop sinks its teeth into pasty ruling opportunity. An award-winning Pudsey based butcher has invented a new delicacy to put his home town on the gourmet map... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Leeds Hospitals Criticised over Staffing by NHS Watchdog

24 days ago
Leeds hospitals criticised over staffing by NHS watchdog. staff shortages at the two main hospitals in Leeds have been criticised by NHS inspectors. -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Police Inspectors Entry Scheme Criticised

Police Inspectors Entry Scheme Criticised28 days ago
Police inspectors entry scheme criticised. PLANS to accept police inspectors who have not worked their way through the ranks have been criticised by the Police Federation. -> Read more at York Press

Council Chiefs Unveil Possible Development Sites in Craven

Council Chiefs Unveil Possible Development Sites in Craven43 days ago
Council chiefs unveil possible development sites in Craven. POTENTIAL housing and employment sites for the next 15 years have been identified by Craven District Council. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Robots Might Roam UK Nuclear Sites

Robots Might Roam UK Nuclear Sites25 days ago
Robots might roam UK nuclear sites. University of Sheffield welcomes news robots could soon be roaming over decommissioned nuclear sites and abandoned coal mines in the UK to test their ability to work autonomously. -> Read more at BBC News

Ticket Inspectors Patrol Sheffield Station Footbridge Again

36 days ago
Ticket inspectors patrol Sheffield Station footbridge again. Ticket inspectors sparked fresh controversy today when people crossing Sheffield Railway Station’s passenger footbridge were asked to produce valid train tickets. -> Read more at The Star

Gigs Rescheduled as Leeds Music Venue Closes over Summer

10 days ago
Gigs rescheduled as Leeds music venue closes over summer. A POPULAR music venue in Leeds has announced it will close its doors this weekend, with gigs being moved to other sites... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Two Public Golf Courses Face Axe

Two Public Golf Courses Face Axe47 days ago
Two public golf courses face axe. Two council-run golf courses in Leeds could be closed, as the city says the running costs of £217,000 a year for the two sites are "unsustainable". -> Read more at BBC News

Gigs Rescheduled as Leeds' Cockpit Music Venue Closes over Summer

10 days ago
Gigs rescheduled as Leeds' Cockpit music venue closes over summer. A POPULAR music venue in Leeds has announced it will close its doors this weekend, with gigs being moved to other sites... -> Read more at Yorkshire Post

New Opening Hours for Council's Museum Sites

10 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

New Park&Ride Sites with Fleet of Electric Buses are Officially Opened

New Park&Ride Sites with Fleet of Electric Buses are Officially Opened43 days ago
New Park&Ride sites with fleet of electric buses are officially opened. YORK'S two new Park&Ride (P&R) sites have been officially opened complete with a fleet of electric buses at Poppleton Bar. -> Read more at York Press

Osbaldwick Traveller Site Office Project to Go Ahead

Osbaldwick Traveller Site Office Project to Go Ahead18 days ago
Osbaldwick traveller site office project to go ahead. COUNCIL chiefs say they are working hard to explain the benefits of a new management office and community facility at a York travellers site after facing more 'challenges' by residents. -> Read more at York Press

Pickles to Have Final Say on Traveller's Site

29 days ago
Pickles to have final say on traveller's site. Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has said that the final decision over whether or not to approve a traveller’s site near Morley Rail Station will rest with him... -> Read more at Morley Observer

Legal Row Erupts over Tribunal Ruling

Legal Row Erupts over Tribunal Ruling24 days ago
Legal row erupts over tribunal ruling. A BRADFORD firm which has become the first student accommodation provider to have its membership of a Government-approved Code of Standards removed is challenging the decision and seeking legal advice. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Harrogate Set to Appoint a New Leader

50 days ago
Harrogate set to appoint a new leader. The leader of Harrogate Borough Council has been replaced following a vote by members of the ruling Conservative group... -> Read more at Yorkshire Post

New Charges at Recycling Sites

New Charges at Recycling Sites32 days ago
New charges at recycling sites. North Yorkshire residents will be charged to dump certain types of waste from August. -> Read more at York Press

Compliments for Lawefield Primary from Ofsted

5 days ago
Compliments for Lawefield Primary from Ofsted. A primary school has been praised in a report by government inspectors... -> Read more at Wakefield Express

Rotherham School is 'outstanding'

13 days ago
Rotherham school is 'outstanding'. A South Yorkshire school has been hailed as outstanding in every category after a visit by Ofsted inspectors... -> Read more at The Star