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Selby toll bridge closure from Sunday 3rd February

published on 2nd Feb 2019

A reminder that the toll bridge in Selby closes for around 3 weeks from Sunday 3rd February.

https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/news/article/selby-toll-bridge-decking-be-replaced

Minerals and Waste planning applications

published on 31st Jan 2019

As there has been some confusion locally regarding the number of and status of various planning applications, I would like to clarify the position.

There are four separate proposals at different stages of development:


1Former Stillingfleet Mine siteProposals to develop part of the site as a waste sorting centre. The planning application has been submitted by Harworth Estates. The Parish Council has made representations and worked to support local residents with their objections.  A decision is expected to be made by North Yorkshire County Council planning committee on 26th February.
Residents can read more or make representations at:
https://onlineplanningregister.northyorks.gov.uk/register/PlanAppDisp.aspx?recno=10129
2Former North Selby Mine siteProposals to develop the site as a caravan park, with a mix of static caravans, touring plots and glamping pods. This planning application was submitted by Harworth Estates in January, and the Parish Council will agree its response at February's meeting. This site currently has planning permission for use as an anaerobic digestor site.
Residents can read more or make representations at:
http://public.selby.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLD7LXNX08600&activeTab=summary
3Former brickworks waste infill siteProposals to vary the conditions for infill and restoration of the former brickworks quarry west of the A19. Planning permission was submitted by Escrick Environmental Services in January. The Parish Council will agree its response at February's meeting. This site is a former clay pit, and is in the process of being infilled and restored.
Residents can read more or make representations at:
https://onlineplanningregister.northyorks.gov.uk/Register/PlanAppDisp.aspx?recno=10695
4Proposed new clay extraction west of A19Proposals for long-term clay extraction from an area west of the A19, north and west of the business park.  These proposals were first raised in the Joint Minerals and Waste Plan and then subsequent 'scoping opinion' application.
No planning permission has been submitted at this time. This is expected within the next few months.
The Parish Council will review the application when it has been submitted.


North Selby Mine Leisure proposals

published on 26th Jan 2019

Further to the consultation held in the village last year, Harworth Estates have now applied for planning permission for a mix of static caravans, 'glamping pods' and touring caravan plots on the former North Selby Mine site.

The main document summarising the plans is copied here for convenience.

The full application is available on the District Council's planning portal: http://public.selby.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLD7LXNX08600&activeTab=summary

The site currently has planning permission for development of a waste processing site (anaerobic digestor) which was widely opposed locally. The application for the leisure park would supersede those plans.

Residents can comment upon the plans via the District Council's planning portal.

For those residents unfamiliar with the site location, it is the area highlighted in red below:



County Council Budget Consultation

published on 13th Jan 2019

North Yorkshire County Council are consulting on their budget for 2019 - 2020.

Residents are encouraged to read and take part in the consultation here, which also explains how the budget is spent, and the pressures upon it:

www.northyorks.gov.uk/budget-consultation-2019-2020 

The deadline for responses is Monday 21st January.

Parish Magazine update - January 2019

published on 31st Dec 2018

The following update appeared in January's Parish Magazine:

Highways: 

The Parish Council has now received a design and quotation for the installation of traffic lights at the A19 / Skipwith Road junction. This includes pedestrian crossings across both the A19 and Skipwith Road. NYCC has explored potential grant funding, and the NPIF funding announced in the Budget – but has not been able to find any funding for the scheme. The option of using Selby District Council ‘CIL’ funding has also been explored but the scheme does not meet eligibility criteria.  Simplistically the Parish Council now has a choice of whether to fund the scheme itself through a long-term loan and get on with it; or to continue to look for other sources of funding, but with no certainty as to if/when these will be found. To inform this decision, the Parish Council agreed to get details of possible loan options. If a loan is feasible, it is proposed that this choice be put to a public consultation in 2019.
The Parish Council has asked two highways consultancies to provide proposals for the review of other highways concerns in the Parish. The intention is to provide impartial expert advice on those issues where residents disagree with conclusions reached by the highways authority (NYCC). This includes issues such as speed limits, parking restrictions, speed mitigation measures, and the request for a pedestrian refuge island for business park workers.
The police camera van continues to be deployed regularly in Escrick.  Since the start of the year, 28 deployments on Skipwith Road have caught 274 motorists; 4 deployments to the A19 outside the Sang Thai have caught no speeding motorists, and 3 deployments on the A19 south of Escrick have caught 32 motorists.

Neighbourhood Development Plan

The NDP team will be holding a public meeting at Escrick Village Hall on Sunday 20th January at 3pm to report back on findings from the survey undertaken in the summer, and advise on next steps.  All welcome.

Planning: 

Former Stillingfleet mine site: The application for a waste sorting centre was due to be heard in November, but had to be delayed following objections raised by Samuel Smith’s brewery in support of local residents. The earliest this can go to planning committee is in January. The Parish Council strongly opposes the development, and in conjunction with Stillingfleet PC has supported local residents with their objections.
Clay extraction west of A19:  A public exhibition was held on 17th November, which largely reiterated information already known. The Parish Council used the opportunity to reiterate concerns on the traffic impact from the proposed development.

Precept:

The Parish Council resolved to keep its precept unaltered for 2019/20. The bulk of expenditure covers insurance, grass cutting, street lighting, governance/administration – with a discretionary provision for two additional street lights, and for the highways consultants noted above. Full details of budget are on our website www.escrick.org/council/budget...

Councillor Retirement: 

Our longest serving Councillor, Brian Forster, has stood down after 28 years on the Council.  We’re very grateful for Brian’s diligent contribution over the years, and hope we will still get his contribution as a member of the public.

Vacancies: 

The Parish Council has four vacancies for Parish Councillors – please contact us via details below if you would like to join the Parish Council.

Parish Council meeting dates: 

Monday 7th Jan, 4th Feb, 4th March, 1st April. All meetings at 7.30pm at Escrick & Deighton Club. Public welcome. Contact:  Chair (Richard Rowson), chair@escrick.org; Clerk (Helen Guest), clerk@escrick.org; Website: escrick.org

Free first aid training (including CPR and defibrillator demo)

published on 13th Dec 2018

Yorkshire Ambulance Service have agreed to host a free first aid training session for Escrick residents:

Sunday 3rd February, 1.30pm - 4pm,  at Escrick Village Hall.

As we have a limited number of places, registration is required - please email chair@escrick.org to reserve your place(s).

The course covers the following topics:

  • How to recognise a suspected heart attack.

  • How, when and why to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

  • A demonstration with an automated external defibrillator (AED) training machine.

  • How to perform hands-only (chest compressions) CPR.

  • How, when and why to place an unconscious breathing person into the recovery position.

  • How to recognise and deal with a choking situation.

  • How to deal with a suspected stroke (FAST).

  • How to deal with life-threatening or serious bleeding. 


Theft from vehicle in Escrick

published on 9th Dec 2018

Between 16:30 and 22:30 on Saturday 8th December some items have been stolen from a vehicle parked in a restaurant’s car park in Escrick. 

If you have any information in relation to this incident please phone 101 and quote NYP-08122018-0571.

When leaving your vehicle police advise individuals to remove any valuables and ensure that all doors are locked and windows closed.

Break-in Woodlands 19-11-2018

published on 19th Nov 2018

On the afternoon of Monday 19th November there was a break-in to a house on Woodlands. The burglar(s) possibly gained access from Carr Lane.

Residents are encouraged to be vigilant and report any information that may be relevant to the police on 101.

Carols on the Green 2018

published on 15th Nov 2018

QM Vacancy

published on 13th Nov 2018

QM is looking for some part time admin help to work in the School, ideally someone with office and data inputting experience, to start immediately.

Hours (3 hours per day) flexible within the School day during term time only.

Anyone interested should contact the Head's PA, Claire Tonks ctonks@queenmargarets.com by 16 November.

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