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York roads resurfaced, from 24 Oct

Resurfacing York roads

York Council will be carrying out essential resurfacing on several roads in York, including Huntington Road, Campleshon Road, Bad Bargain Lane, Moor Lane, Low Green and Fulfordgate from 24 October. Work is set to take place on: · Huntington Road from 24 October for five days, 9.15am-4pm. A temporary road closure from the junction of Link Road to Brockfields Road

Written on 20th October 2016Mike Cartwright. Published in infrastructure, News, Transport

Chamber responds to Central scheme proposal

York Central

York Chamber has responded to the consultation on plans to develop the land around the city’s railway station. Known as ‘York Central’, the site was designated an enterprise zone last year and the local authority has recently been seeking views on creating a mixed used scheme of housing, office, leisure and retail.  Views of Chamber members were gathered via the

Written on 23rd February 2016Mike Cartwright. Published in construction, Current Issues, infrastructure, Lobbying, News, property

Lendal Bridge and Coppergate repayment process to end

Lendal Bridge

The deadline for applying for a refund in relation to receiving a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) during the Lendal Bridge traffic trial regulation and the Coppergate automatic number plate recognition enforcement will come to an end on midnight 31 March 2016. City of York Council wrote to all 27,000 people in February last year, who at the time had not

Written on 15th February 2016Lillie Geistdorfer. Published in infrastructure, News, Transport

Bid to unlock £100m to help deliver York Central

York central

City of York Council and the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership have submitted a bid to government which could unlock over £100million to help deliver York’s largest brownfield site. If successful, York Central could be designated as an Enterprise Zone which will mean all of the business rates for the site, which would have gone back

Written on 24th September 2015Lillie Geistdorfer. Published in construction, Economy, infrastructure, News story 3

Main improvement works to the A19 south

A 19 Pinch point updated 23-3-15

The main improvement works to one of York’s busiest road interchanges, helping to tackle congestion and improve public transport reliability and journey times on the A19 south of York, which over 20,000 vehicles use daily*, starts Monday 11 May. Full FAQs and plans are available to view at: The Pinch Point scheme is supported through approximately £2million Department for

Written on 5th May 2015Lillie Geistdorfer. Published in infrastructure, News