Notices - recent
Escrick NDP SEA and HRA Screening Report
published on 19th Sep 2021
Escrick Neighbourhood Development Plan
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) & Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Report
The Escrick Neighbourhood Development Plan is at Pre-Submission Draft stage (Regulation 14 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended)) and in preparation of the submission of the Plan to the Council a screening report to determine whether the contents of the draft Escrick Neighbourhood Development Plan requires a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and/or Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA).
In line with the SEA requirements the Council has undertaken a six week consultation from 8 June 2021 to 21 July 2021 with the relevant consultation bodies (Environment Agency, Historic England and Natural England). The Screening Report and responses from the consultation bodies are available to view below:
- Escrick NDP SEA & HRA Screening Report
- Environment Agency – No response received.
- Historic England response
- Natural England response
Further details on the emerging Escrick Neighbourhood Development Plan are available on the Escrick Neighbourhood Development Plan website and Selby District Council website.
Monday Players presents....
published on 17th Sep 2021
'One Night - Two Plays!
by Andrew Davies
Mr and Mrs Hudd are celebrating their wedding anniversary at a friend's house. Friends and family are invited along to share the caviar and to toast this odd-ball couple with champagne. However a creaking floorboard, a leaking pipe and the odd behaviour of the party members makes the day most memorable - for all the wrong reasons.
LOCKDOWN IN LITTLE GRIMLEY
by David Tristram
LOCKDOWN is a new addition to the popular Little Grimley series, which follows the antics of a hapless Amateur Dramatic Society desperate for audiences. In a time of lockdown,the Chairman Gordon calls an emergency meeting, complete with social distancing, to discuss his idea for their next production when restrictions ease.
Thursday 28th, Friday 29th, Saturday 30th October 2021 at 7.30pm
The Village Hall, Escrick
Tickets available from:
Monday Players Members
Further details on the production are available on our website: http://www.mondayplayers.com/
Parish Magazine Update - September 2021
published on 31st Aug 2021 (updated on 3rd Oct 2021)
There was no update in September 2021's magazine
September 2021 Parish Magazine
published on 30th Aug 2021
September's Parish Magazine has been published online:https://issuu.com/poppy.green309/docs/escrick_parish_magazine_-_september_2021
Heronby public event
published on 27th Aug 2021
From Escrick Park Estate:
As you may be aware, Escrick Park Estate is bringing forward proposals for a carefully masterplanned new settlement for North Yorkshire, known as Heronby.
When we launched the proposals earlier this year Covid restrictions meant it was not possible to hold a public event. We are, however, now preparing to host a consultation event at which you will be able to view the latest on our proposals, have an opportunity to speak to members of the project team, and provide us with your feedback and ideas.
I am pleased to let you know that we are now able to release tickets for the public to attend the event at the Escrick & Deighton Club, Escrick, on Thursday, 16th September and Friday, 17th September.
Bookings are available between 09.30 and 19.00 on the Thursday and 09.30 and 15.00 on the Friday.
We are asking people to book to help ensure a steady flow of visitors and sufficient space to view the exhibition.
Tickets can be booked via the website www.heronby.co.uk.
We look forward to seeing you in September.
Carrs Meadow road closure Sunday 22nd August
published on 15th Aug 2021
Carrs Meadow will be closed to vehicles from 10:00am - 13:00pm on Sunday 22nd August for the Escrick 10k charity run.
August 2021 Parish Magazine
published on 1st Aug 2021
The August edition of the Escrick Parish Magazine has been published online!
Here is the link: https://issuu.com/poppy.green309/docs/escrick_parish_magazine_-_august_2021
Petrol station burglary investigated by officers
published on 31st Jul 2021
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a burglary at a Shell petrol station in Escrick.
The offence occurred at around 2.30am on Thursday, 29 July at the petrol station on York Road.
It is believed two men entered the store after damaging the shutters and left a short time later taking a cash drawer with them. The men were wearing dark coloured clothing with gloves and their faces covered.
Officers are keen to speak to anyone driving in the area around the time of the incident who either saw something which may assist officers with their investigation or who has dash-cam footage of the area.
Anyone with information which could assist the investigation is urged to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101.
The independent charity Crimestoppers can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Please quote reference 12210170212 when providing information.
Contact details:Joshua Tulip - #1809
Joshua.Tulip@northyorkshire.pnn.police.uk | 31809Incident reference:12210170212
Parish Magazine Update - August 2021
published on 31st Jul 2021 (updated on 3rd Oct 2021)
Escrick Parish Council Update
Neighbourhood Plan: Thank you to everyone who took time to provide feedback on the pre-submission draft of Escrick’s Neighbourhood Plan (NDP). The team will now finalise the documents, before submission to Selby District Council to commence the formal adoption process.
Local Plan: Further to the consultation earlier in the year, Selby District Council are holding a consultation on additional development sites from 2 August and 13 September 2021. None of the proposed additional sites are within Escrick Parish. The consultation will be online at selby.gov.uk/localplan from 2nd August.
Bus shelter: Parish Councillors discussed the need for a southbound bus shelter (with seating) and improved street lighting on the route to the bus stops. Costs are being explored with the aim of making a decision at September’s meeting. At the time of writing, City of York Council are still pursuing the installation of bins, and seeking the inclusion of the bus stops within the City of York fares zone.
Highways: Dropped kerbs have been ordered for various junctions in the village to ease movement for wheelchair users amongst others. Plans for a 20mph zone on Carr Lane, and ‘village gateway’ on Skipwith Road are still in progress, having been delayed whilst North Yorkshire County Council change contractors. A decision of further traffic calming for Skipwith Road, through use of ‘build outs’, will be made later in the year.
Village appearance: Thank you to everyone who has made efforts with flower planting and general tidying of the village – many people have commented favourably.
Playground: We’ve been asked to warn users of the playground of the hazards of mole hills and rabbit scrapes. Work is undertaken from time to time to repair the damage, and Wheldrake Junior Football Club are undertaking improvements to the pitch ahead of next season. However, rabbit scrapes and mole hills can appear at any time, so users are asked to take care and check for trip hazards before using the facility.
Shop: A key area of feedback from previous NDP consultations was the desire of many residents for a shop in the village to replace the general store/post office that closed in 2014. The Parish Council has established a small working group, which is exploring options. This has included consulting with a community run shop in Bishop Wilton, commercial operators such as ‘Pickled at Riccall’ and liaising with land owners for potential locations.
Queen’s Jubilee Celebrations 2022: Various suggestions have been put forward as to how the village might commemorate the occasion, including events, mementos or even establishing a community garden as a lasting legacy. The Parish Council will seek to coordinate through existing groups and volunteers.
Councillors: We have two vacancies for Parish Councillors. Please contact the clerk or chair if you are interested in getting involved.
Parish Council meeting dates: 6th September, 4th October, and 1st November (no meeting in August). All meetings at 7.30pm, please check website/noticeboard for venue. Contact: Clerk (Sally Look), email@example.com, Chair (Richard Rowson), firstname.lastname@example.org; Website: escrick.org
Selby District Local Plan - Additional Sites Consultation
published on 31st Jul 2021
Selby District Local Plan - Additional Sites Consultation Document: 2 August to 13 September 2021
Selby District Council is holding a six-week consultation from Monday 2 August until 5pm on Monday 13 September 2021 on the Selby District Local Plan - Additional Sites consultation document.
The Selby District Local Plan - Additional Sites consultation document sets out the sites submitted through the Selby District Local Plan Preferred Options consultation which took place between January and March 2021. The Preferred Options Consultation document set out the Council’s preferred spatial approach in terms of where development will be focussed and the draft policies which will be used to determine planning applications up to 2040. The Preferred Options consultation was also the last opportunity for landowners to submit land for consideration for development in the Local Plan. A total of 44 additional or amended sites were submitted for consideration as part of the consultation. These additional sites have been assessed with the Council’s site assessment methodology, and those additional sites considered to be the most suitable have been put forward as Preferred Sites.
To ensure that these additional and amended sites have been subject to the same level of scrutiny as those previously considered, we are now seeking your views on whether you agree with the assessments on these new and amended sites. Your views will help us to reach final conclusions on the sites which will be set out as allocations for development in the Publication version of the Local Plan, which will be consulted on early next year.
Please note we are not seeking comments on those sites which were previously included as part of the Local Plan Preferred Options consultation only the additional or amended sites, neither are we asking for any new sites.
Where can I view the consultation documents?
The consultation document and site selection methodology are available at the following link on the Council’s website: https://selby-consult.objective.co.uk/kse
Paper copies of the consultation documents are also available to view at the following libraries during their respective opening hours (subject to change if necessary due to Covid-19 implications): Barlby Library, Selby Library, Sherburn in Elmet Library and Tadcaster Library
For those without access to the internet, or unable to visit the libraries above, a paper copy can be requested by telephoning the Planning Policy Team on 01757-292134.
Please note that the deadline for submitting representations is 5pm on Monday 13 September 2021.
How to submit comments
Please submit comments via the consultation portal at the following link:
Using the Consultation Portal
To submit comments at: https://selby-consult.objective.co.uk/kse , you must have an account and be logged in using the white login icon on the top right of the page. If you have not registered with us before, you should first register here: https://selby-consult.objective.co.uk/kse/register. When you choose to register by giving your name and email rather than postal address, you will be sent an email with a link to activate your account. Please click on the activation link before trying to log in.
When you've logged in and begin making your first comment, you will be prompted to confirm your contact details first. You only need to register as an ‘Agent’ if you are a planning agent, i.e. a planning professional submitting comments on behalf of landowners and / or stakeholders. Once you are registered on the consultation portal, you will be updated on progress as the plan goes forward.
If you have previously submitted comments to us by letter or email
You can access the consultation portal using your name or Parish / Town Council name as we have added your name and comments made at earlier consultations to our consultation portal. Please note that your comments and some personal identifying details will be published in a public register and cannot be treated confidentially. Where practical, personal identifiers may be redacted, however Selby District Council cannot guarantee that all identifiers will be removed prior to publication of consultation records.
Your personal information will only be used for the purpose for which it was given, which is to ensure your comment is recorded, to contact you regarding your comments and to keep you informed of the preparation of the Council’s Local Plan and of further opportunities to get involved. Further details are set out under the Planning Policy Privacy Statement: https://www.selby.gov.uk/plann...
By submitting a comment on the Local Plan Additional Sites Consultation, you confirm that you agree to this and accept responsibility for your comments.
If you do not have access to the internet or an email account, please contact the Planning Policy Team on 01757-292134 for how we can assist you in accessing the above documents and being involved in this consultation.
Virtual Public Meetings
In addition, we are hosting three virtual public meetings: at 6.00pm on Tuesday 3 August 2021, at 6.00pm on Tuesday 10 August 2021 and at 6.00pm on Thursday 2 September 2021. The purpose of these virtual public meetings will be to provide information about the Additional Sites. These virtual public meetings will also provide members of the public with a chance to ask questions. To join a virtual public meeting, you need access to the internet. Please see: https://www.selby.gov.uk/localplan or contact us at the email@example.com email address or by telephone on 01757-292134 with the date of the meeting you wish to attend, and we will send you an email with the weblink to the virtual public meeting.
We would be grateful if you could assist in the advertising of this consultation event by displaying the A4 poster, which we have sent to you in the post today, on your Parish / Town Council notice board.
For information on the Local Plan process and for progress on other planning policy documents, please see the Council’s webpage: https://www.selby.gov.uk/planning-policy. If you have any queries, please contact the Planning Policy Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01757 292134.
Thank you, and we look forward to hearing from you.
Planning Policy Team