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Welton Parish Community Plan
EXERCISE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS
Name of smaller authority: WELTON PARISH COUNCIL
County Area: EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE
On behalf of the smaller authority, I confirm that the dates set for the period for the exercise of public rights are as follows:
Commencing on MONDAY 27 JUNE 2022
and ending on FRIDAY 5 AUGUST 2022
Signed: C Train
Role: PARISH CLERK/RFO
Mobile: 07807 729549
EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL CONSULTING ON THE FUTURE OF LAND AT ST. ANNE'S SCHOOL SITE
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Section 77 of the School Standards and Frameworks Act 1998
In line with legislation, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is consulting over the disposal of 3.78 ha of land at the current St Anne’s School, Residence and Sixth Form College Site, St. Helen’s Drive, Welton, HU15 1NR.
The school are moving to a purpose-built new building in Hessle from September 2022 and following this, the Council is reviewing its future need for the site.
The land comprising of, playing fields, hard standing, informal play areas, parking, and marginal areas together with buildings is no longer required by the school and alternative uses are being considered.
A public consultation event is being held on:
Friday 22 July 2022 from 10.30am to 7pm
Welton Memorial Hall, 33 Cowgate, Welton, Brough HU15 1ND
The Council is encouraging any comments to be received up until Friday 22 July 2022. Any comments or queries should be returned c/o Asset Strategy, East Riding of Yorkshire Council County, Hall Cross Street, Beverley HU17 9BA or alternatively at firstname.lastname@example.org
Have your say on the potential Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty designation for The Yorkshire Wolds
Part of the Yorkshire Wolds is being considered for designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Local knowledge is needed by Natural England and local councils as they make an assessment. People can share their views via a new website, a series of face-to-face drop-in sessions, webinars and an app, Natural England is asking for opinions on the landscapes and heritage of the Yorkshire Wolds as they assess its potential for designation as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Members of the public are now being encouraged to contribute to the decision making process with local knowledge. From 6 June, people can have their say online by visiting the newly launched website https://www.yorkshire-wolds-designation-project.org, where an app can also be downloaded. There will be drop-in events and webinars where people can find out more. See the website for more details of the drop-in events and webinars.
UNEMPLOYED - FREE COMMUNITY JOB CLUB at Costello Stadium from 17 May 2022
running weekly on a Tuesday morning from 9.30am
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