Lib Dem Controlled Hull City Council to Sell Springhead Golf Course, Willerby?

February 14, 2011

Below is a Special Newsletter for Willerby,  published and delivered to local homes by your local Conservative Team; Cllr. Angela Ibson, Cllr. Shaun Horton and Mike Whitehead.


Dear Resident,

You may have heard that Liberal Democrat controlled Hull City Council has announced its intention to sell Springhead Golf Club.

Many of you have expressed concerns that this might lead to the loss of open green space and an unwanted housing development.

Although it is owned by Hull City Council, the majority of the golf club falls within the East Riding. Your local Conservatives in Willerby will vigorously oppose any development and will ensure we keep residents up to date with the facts of the matter. We strongly believe that the golf club should remain a leisure facility for the residents of Willerby and Kirk Ella.

At the moment, East Riding Council has not received any planning applications.

Shaun, Angela & Mike.

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Cottingham Thwaite Street Crossing Announcement

February 1, 2011

Below is a Special Newsletter for Cottingham, published and delivered to local homes by Cottingham Campaigners Lena Slater and Helen Green.

Dear Residents,
We thought we would take this opportunity to let you know that the long awaited pedestrian crossing for Thwaite Street has been given the go-ahead by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

We both think that this is fantastic news for our village and are pleased that finally, a decision has been made. As villagers, we know how much of a difference the new crossing will make to local residents who walk to the village on a daily basis.

We would like to thank everyone who has been involved in this campaign which has ensured local action for Cottingham residents.

Lena Slater & Helen Green


Welton Planning Application

January 25, 2011

Below is a Welton Planning Application Special Newsletter, published and delivered to local homes by Welton Councillors Julie Abraham and Helen Gilmour:

Dear Residents,

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has received a planning application under the following proposal description:

Erection of 7 No. dwellings with associated garages, at:

Walding Gardens, Beck Lane, Welton, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU15 1PW (access from The Crescent)

If you would like to view the Planning Application, it is available at:

– Brough Customer Service Centre, Petuaria Centre, Centurion Way, Brough at the following times:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9am—5pm
Tuesday and Thursday 9am—8pm
Saturday 9.30am-12.30pm

– Beverley Customer Service Centre, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley (by appointment—contact 01482 393939)

http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/newpublicaccess

Letters of support, comment or opposition should be sent to:

Hannah Coldwell, County Hall, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 9BA by 3rd February 2011.

In all correspondence, quote reference number:

10/05174/PLF


Cottingham Eyesores Action Group ***PETITION***

January 18, 2011

Cottingham South residents will have seen from our latest ‘In Touch’ newsletter that we are concerned about the state of both Cottingham House and Cleminson Hall. Both of these properties are open to vandalism and are fast becoming a blot on ambience of our residential area. Some residents on Longmans Lane have already experienced graffiti, trespassing and general anti social behaviour. This is not acceptable.

As we said in our newsletter, we believe that residents deserve better. At present, both sites are owned by property developers. Developers have a duty to maintain unused buildings and gardens. Whilst we appreciate the economic climate is not vibrant for developing, it is no excuse for letting Cottingham House and Cleminson Hall fall into a state which disrupts the lives of residents.

As your local Conservatives, we are determined to push for action to get the developers to maintain these sites to make them safe and secure.

Taking this issue up on behalf of residents, Local Cottingham Conservative Campaigner Lena Slater has set up the Cottingham Eyesores Action Group petition to pressure the owners to act responsibly and to clean and secure the sites.

Please get involved and sign our online petition here and let’s get some action to improve the lives of Cottingham residents.

SIGN THE PETITION HERE


Brough Development Proposals – Special Newsletter

January 18, 2011

In 2011 planning decisions are due to be made which will have a crucial bearing on Brough, Elloughton and Welton, and the facilities for its residents.

Click here to read our latest newsletters, delivered to local homes, detailing the proposals. As you local Conservatives, we would like to have your opinions on the proposals. The newsletter has a survey on the second page which we would be pleased if you could print of and return to the FREEPOST address given.

Alternatively, an electronic survey can be filled in and submitted by clicking here.


News for Cottingham South

January 18, 2011

Your local Conservative team in Cottingham South, Lena Slater and Helen Green have published their latest newsletter, keeping you up to date with their work for you in your area.

It can be viewed here.


Winter Weather Update

December 3, 2010

With the harsh winter weather still with us, we thought we would
take this opportunity to make sure you are kept updated with
regards to local services during these conditions.

BIN COLLECTIONS
Residents that have not receive a collection of their Green Bin will
receive a double collection on their next scheduled collection
day. Properties that did not receive a collection of their blue bins
on 1st, 2nd and 3rd December will receive a collection on 8th,
9th and 10th December respectively. A revised blue bin text
message will be sent informing those residents on the scheme of
revised collections.
To subscribe to the free blue bin text service, text the word blue,
followed by the 2 digits shown at the top left hand side on their
refuse collection calendar to 07786 200401.
e.g. Blue11 with no spaces

CLEARING OF PUBLIC AREAS
Teams of East Riding employees are working hard to make sure
public areas are cleared of snow and treated with grit. This is
focussed on areas of high footfall such as village centres.

SALT BINS
Where salt bins are empty, East Riding Council is attempting to
refill them as quickly as possible. If there is a salt bin that needs
refilling, contact your Conservative Team who will notify the
Council.