The online link to the consultation itself is https://eryc.link/contact
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The owner of a holiday park has been fined £550 for fly-posting after putting illegal advertising boards on display in South Cave.
The owner of the Country Park, in Stonepit Road, South Cave, was found guilty of fly-posting by Hull Magistrates’ last Friday (September 3), after they failed to show up at court.
As well as being ordered to pay a £550 fine, the owner was also ordered to pay costs of £583.15 and a victim surcharge of £55, following a prosecution brought by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
The court heard that in February this year the council received a report of fly-posting in South Cave and sent a streetscene enforcement officer to investigate.
The officer visited Stonepit Road and found a large sign staked into the grass verge advertising the Country Park, a nearby site of static caravan holiday homes.
The officer wrote to the business to request the sign be removed, but they failed to do so, so an officer removed the sign in March this year.
At a later date, the officer noticed another large sign had been staked into the ground in Stonepit Road, again advertising the country park.
Previous fly-posting at the same location had resulted in a company named Sunnydene Park Ltd receiving a fixed penalty notice of £100 from the council in January 2020.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council wants to remind businesses and residents that placing a sign on highways land without the council’s permission is a criminal offence under the Highways Act 1980.
Unauthorised advertising next to roads can be an obstruction, nuisance or danger to motorists, and may even contribute to road accidents due to distraction.
The council can issue a £150 fixed penalty notice for each illegal sign or poster.
If a case is heard in court anyone found guilty of fly-posting could be fined up to £2,500.
The council may also remove all signs and the costs can be recovered from the person responsible.
Paul Tripp, head of streetscene services at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “We will act to investigate any signs put up on the highway without permission as they could be a hazard to motorists.”
Advertising signs can be placed on private land with the agreement of the landowner but may be subject to planning restrictions. Advice can be given by the council’s planning department.
For more information on fly-posting, or to report an offence, visit the council’s website www.eastriding.gov.uk and search for ‘fly-posting’.
Did you know Hull Animal Welfare, South Cave run a monthly Market? If you would like to Visit or have produce you may wish to sell on a stall please contact: https://www.themarketmanagers.co.uk/…Dates for the nest markets are as follows: Sunday 19th September 2021 Sunday 17th October 2021 Sunday 21st November 2021 Sunday 19th December 2021 All Markets on the Sunday start at 9a.m to 2p.m A Christmas market is also planned for Wednesday 24th November from 6p.m to 9p.m – for further information please contact HAWT Direct Lots of fundraising events are also planned, the next one being a QUIZ NIGHT on Friday 8th October 2021 7-9p.m at Blackburn Social & Community Club – Tickets are £10 each and can be purchased at the HAWT Centre in South Cave, Pinfold, HU15 2HE or call 01430 423986
02.09.21 FURTHER UPDATES/INFORMATION TO FOLLOW
02.09.21 15:07 update – Message received from EYRC:
The works are confined to a small section of Church Street & Church Hill Between The Library and the Access into Cave Castle. The scheme is to resurface this section of worn-out carriageway surface some of the badly worn ironwork is to be replaced with the remainder being adjusted to the final surface level before the new road surface is laid, new road markings are then to be applied.
The road closure has been booked for 1 week however it is anticipated that the works will take 3 days to complete. Access to South Cave Primary School, the Sports Centre and the Library will be maintained from the Market Place end of the works, Access to North Cave & Cave Castle will be via West End, Information signs will be placed to assist with access details. Residents from Thornham Close will have access however as the works are past the junction some delays may be inevitable. A residents information letter will be sent to all affected properties in due course.
Due to the restricted width of Church Street & Church Hill the road will be closed to through traffic with a signed traffic diversion route for the full 3 days and nights, The works are due to start on site at 09.15 and finish by 15.00 each day so not to upset any of the children at school start or leaving times. I have been in contact with Passenger Transport section who are liaising with both school bus providers and normal service bus companies to arrange for alternative routes etc.
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Notice: If you see something while out and about in South Cave that you think should be reported please call the correct service, it would be helpful if calls or notifications be sent to the Correct Service/Department prior to reporting on facebook as matters are more likely to be handled quicker and effectively if the report is submitted at the time: As a reminder the number for the Police non emergency is 101 or 999 for an emergency If you wish to report fly tipping also this must be reported to the ERYC direct as soon as you see the problem by calling: 01482 393939 or visiting the Eryc website at https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/bins…/fly-tipping/Fallen Trees or Dangerous Trees on a footpath or public highway please call ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/road-and-footpath…/Fly Posting and Illegal Signage please call the ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/bins…/fly-posting/Dog Fouling, Control and Ownership, please call the ERYC on 01482 393939 or visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/…/dog-control-and-ownership/It’s important the correct departments are notified of issues as soon as possible It would be helpful if residents sign up for a ERYC account. You’ll be able to sign up for a free online account when you fill in a online form. With this you can: save your contact details so they are remembered next time you fill in one of our new online forms view a summary of any contact you make with us get updates on your requests. You can also make an anonymous request. —————————————————————-Preparing for EmergenciesWhat you need to knowWhat should I do before an emergency?To allow yourself to be prepared for an emergency you should take time to find out:Where and how to turn off water, gas and electricity supplies in your homeo The emergency procedures for your children at schoolo The emergency procedures at your place of worko How you will stay in contact with your family in the event of an emergencyo If any elderly or vulnerable neighbours might need your helpo How to tune into your local radio stationo How to contact your household insurers o If you are in a flood risk area (you can check by going towww.gov.uk/government/organisations/environment-agency, email: email@example.comNational Customer Contact CentrePO Box 544RotherhamS60 1BYUnited KingdomTel: Telephone03708 506 506Make sure you keep a stock of bottled water, ready to eat food (for example rice, pasta, tins of beans, soup etc) and a bottle/tin openerMake sure you stock up on heating products, such as oil and coal if a cold winter is predicted.Are you in a flood risk area?If you are in a flood risk area you should sign up to the free warning service offered by the Environment Agency, using the contact details above. The Environment Agency will also be able to give you lots of useful information such as how to protect you property from a flood.What should I do in an emergency?If you are involved in an emergency it is important that you:o Call 999 if there are people injured or if there is threat to lifeo (101 for non emergencies)o Do not put yourself in dangero Listen to the advice of the emergency serviceso Try to stay calm, think before taking any actionso Try and help others (eg elderly next door neighbour) and try to reassure otherso If you are not involved in an accident but are somewhere near, or believe that you might be in danger, in most cases that advice is to GO IN, STAY IN, TUNE IN to a local radio station.What should I do if I think I could be evacuated from my home?Try to gather together:o A list of useful phone numbers such as your doctor, and close relativeso Home and car keyso Toiletries, sanitary supplies and any regularly prescribed medicationo A battery radio with spare batterieso A torch with spare batteries, candles and matcheso A first aid kito Your mobile phoneo Cash and credit cardso Spare clothes and blanketsIf you have time you should:o Turn off electricity, gas and water supplieso Unplug applianceso Lock all door and windowso Collect your Insurance details o If you leave by car take bottled water, blankets and tune into your local radio station for emergency advice and instructionUseful Contact detailsFire, Police, Ambulance and Coastguard – 999Police Non-Emergency Number – 101NHS Direct – 111East Riding of Yorkshire Council – 01482 393939Council House Repairs: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone on (01482) 396301Npower – 0800 073 3000 If you’ve lost your supply and believe it’s related to your meter and not the network, call the npower team on 0800 073 3000Northern Powergrid Loss of power: www.northernpowergrid.comIf you have a question or a problem with your power call0800 375 675To Report A Power Cut: 105Environment Agency incident hotline Telephone: 0800 80 70 60All gas leaks – 0800 111 999Yorkshire Water – 0800 573553 www.yorkshirewater.com/get-in-touch/Flooding contact numbersEnvironment Agency trained operators are available 24 hours a day seven days a week and can provide immediate practical advice on flood risk and what to do before, during and after a flood. Call Floodline on 0345 988 1188. The council is responsible for the drains that remove surface water from the highway. In the event of significant highway flooding, the council works with other bodies to provide an emergency response such as the provision of sandbags.Highways England – 0300 123 5000Highways EnglandNational Traffic Operations Centre3 RidgewayQuinton Business ParkBirmingham B32 1AFEmail: email@example.comYorkshire Water is usually responsible for sewer drains in the roads and blocked sewers – 0800 573553
It is a statutory local authority set up under the Local Government Act 1972. A town or Parish Council is a local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people in the parish. It is the level government closest to the community.
It is made up of 11 Parish Councillors who do not receive remuneration or payment for their work. They are elected once every four years. Every year the Parish Council Council elects one of them to be the Chairman of the Parish Council.
Yes, meetings of the Parish Council and its committees are open to the public and the press, except in very exceptional circumstances. The time and place of meetings must be advertised beforehand – usually on the noticeboards and website.
You cannot speak while the normal business of the meeting is being conducted. However, in some meetings there is a ‘public forum’ where members of the public can speak. The Clerk can provide you with details about how this works.
Elections are held every four years and will usually coincide with a District Council election. A Public Notice of a forthcoming election will be placed on noticeboards and on this website. Sometimes the number of people who put their names forward for election is less than the number of seats on the Parish Council or a councillor resigns. In these circumstances, the Parish Council can co-opt someone to fill the vacancies.
The Parish Council is consulted by the relevant planning authority (which is the East Riding of Yorkshire Council) on all planning applications. Any views expressed by the Parish Council are taken into account before a decision is made. The final decision is made by the Planning Authority, not the Parish Council.
The Parish Council does not collect Council Tax or hold records about it. Parish Council clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/housing/council-tax/
The Parish Council does not administer this services. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/parking/blue-badge-parking-permits/
The Parish Council does not collect manage Council housing or collect rent. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You need to contact the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please visit the following site to find out more information: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/housing/housing-advice/
You can find out information about all planning applications and TPOs in the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Planning Portal: https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/
Please use the form on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council to report the problem: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/tree-hedge-and-grass-cutting/
The Parish Council does not collect bins. The Parish Council Clerk will not be able to help you. You can find out more on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/contact-the-council/contact-us/
The Parish Council manages a small number of street lights. Please see the services page for more information. Most street lights are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. All roads and pavements (that are not private) are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/
Please see the services page for more information. Grit bins are managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Road clearing is handled by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. You can find out more on the following page: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/roads-streets-traffic-and-parking/gritting-salt-bins-and-winter-road-services/
It is important you submit any comment relating to Planning Applications by visiting Simple Search (eastriding.gov.uk)
The Parish Council discuss Planning Applications at Planning Meetings and Full Council Meetings, Agendas are advertised at least 3 working days prior to the meetings. Meetings are open to the public.
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South Cave is proud to have five Community Public Access (Automated External) Defibrillators, (CPAD’s), which are located in yellow cabinets outside Costcutters Pinfold, South Cave Sporting Club at the playing field behind the school, Pass the Parcel (used to be South Cave Post Office) in Brough Road, All Saints Community Centre on Church Hill, and inside South Cave Sewell Service Station, behind the counter.
CPAD’s can be vitally important in saving the life of a person who may be suffering from a Cardiac Arrest.
The CPAD’s can be accessed in an emergency, 24 hours of every day, by anyone, using the following instructions:-
As soon as possible, you will be joined by trained emergency personnel from Yorkshire Ambulance Service, (maybe initially one of the local Community First Responders), who will take over from you immediately, and may appreciate you staying at the scene, in case you can assist.
Please be assured that you can make an immediate difference to the patient’s chances of a full recovery, if you follow this process – you do not need to be specially trained – you will be supported throughout by the Emergency Call Handler.