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South Cave Playpark

July 20th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Playpark”

South Cave Residents: The Playpark will be closed Friday 22nd July 2021 for essential Maintenance please do not enter the site.

South Cave 10K Race

June 29th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave 10K Race”

SOUTH CAVE 10K – INFORMATION FOR LOCAL RESIDENTS

The first ever South Cave 10K is currently being organised and will take place on Sunday 25th July, with around 500 runners leaving the grounds of Cave Castle at 9.00 am. For safety reasons, there will be some temporary road closures and this notice is intended to give advance warning to residents on the race route so that they will suffer the least possible inconvenience.

Warning signs will be placed on affected roads a couple of weeks before the event and the official notices will be added to this website as soon as they have been agreed with County Hall. The route the runners will take can be seen on the map below which shows that they will head down West End after leaving the Castle, then turn into Pinfold and Annie Med before turning right into Ellerker Lane to cross the A63 and run round Common Lane.

After entering Ellerker at Ings Lane, and doing a circuit of the village, the runners will turn onto Cave Lane and return to South Cave (with a detour up Stone Pit and down Willow Flats). After coming back into West End, they will finish the 10K by turning right onto Church Street before running up behind the school and completing a circuit of the field. 

The race will end next to the bench outside the Pavilion which commemorates a well-known local runner, Bob Reay. His widow, Pat, will later present the Bob Reay shield in his memory. The earlier parts of the route will be closed to traffic from 8.30 and will reopen as soon as possible, and no later than 9.30. Further round the course, the closures will start at 9.00 and again will be reopened as soon as the runners have cleared the area. Church Street and Church Hill will reopen by 9:30 with traffic lights in place between Wadley Plump and West End until 10:30. All roads will be back to normal by 10.30 at the latest.

All road junctions will be manned by volunteer marshals, who will do their best to deal with any problems, and provision has of course been made to allow access by any emergency vehicles should the occasion arise. All participants arriving by car will be directed by marshals to turn into Wadley Plump and will park on the field or in the car park on the left going up the hill (not the one behind the tennis courts). They will be told in advance not to attempt to park elsewhere in the village.

If anyone has further questions about the proposed route, they should send them to kuhacroadrunners@gmail.com and we will do our best to help.

Walking For Health 2021

June 28th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Walking For Health 2021”

YORSwitch

June 22nd, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “YORSwitch”

Customers in East Riding of Yorkshire among Britain’s top energy switchers

Customers in the East Riding of Yorkshire are among Great Britain’s top energy switchers, with one in four of them changing their supplier in 2020, new figures have revealed.   

The figures, published by Energy UK’s Energy Switch Guarantee, show that the East Riding of Yorkshire is second in a table of the top areas in Great Britain for the most energy switching activity last year.

The local authority rankings are ordered by the percentage of properties that switched electricity supplier between January and December 2020.      

Last year, East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s YORSwitch scheme switched 5,234 households, saving East Riding residents more than £1million.   

Since the scheme began in 2013, YORSwitch has helped more than 36,000 households switch their energy tariffs, with savings of over £7.6 million.   

East Riding residents can still register for the latest YORSwitch auction, with Shell Energy the winning provider in this round.   

Residents can register and switch up until Tuesday, 6 July. 

Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for environment and climate change at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Residents still have time to register for the latest YORSwitch round. Now is the best time to fix your energy tariff. Switching through YORSwitch, to the winning supplier which is Shell Energy, is expected to save residents money in the long term. The tariff is fixed until the end of August 2022.” To register for the latest YORSwitch auction, visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/yorswitch or, alternatively, call 01482 393939

South Cave Parish Council

June 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Parish Council”

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN

ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2021

https://southcavepc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Notice-1.pdf

Highways England. A63 Maintenance Works

June 2nd, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Highways England. A63 Maintenance Works”

1 June 2021

Dear customer,

A63 repair and improvement work – an update

We contacted you recently to let you know that A-one+, working on behalf of Highways England, will be carrying out essential maintenance work on the A63. We are writing to you again to let you know the latest about this work, as it will now start later in June.

Work is due to take place between Jct. 38 of the M62 North Cave, and the A63 South Cave. A vehicle diversion will be in place from Howden to Western Interchange.

What are we doing and why?

We will be removing and replacing sections of the central reservation barriers to maintain safety for customers.

At the same time, we will also:
• renew some signs and streetlights
• improve some sections of verge
• resurface some sections of the road
• replace road markings and reflective studs

What’s happening and when?

In our previous letter we said that work was due to start on Tuesday 1 June and that we expected to complete the work by the end of January 2022. This date has now changed. We plan to start work on Monday 28th June and expect to complete by the end of February 2022.

We will start work at one end of the road and will move along. This means that not all sections of the route will be affected at the same time.

We are working with local councils and other organisations to keep disruption to a minimum, but some of the equipment we need to use will be noisy for businesses and customers living closest to the A63.

We will be working overnight from 8pm to 6am Monday to Friday. No weekend work is planned.

At night, we’ll try to finish the noisiest parts before 11pm to minimise noise as much as we can. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

Closures, restrictions and diversions – updated

To safely complete this work, we will need to close one side of the A63 overnight where we are working. Other parts of the road, where we’re not working, will remain open.

The closures will be in-place:

• From Monday to Friday
• Between 8pm and 6am
• On one side of the A63 at a time, including side roads and slip roads

During closures, a fully signed diversion will be in place which has been agreed in advance with the local authority and police.

A 40mph speed limit will be enforced to ensure the safety of customers while traveling through the roadworks. Laybys will be closed.

For those on foot, public rights of way crossing points on the A63 will be closed overnight Monday to Friday or when work takes place. A pedestrian diversion towards Annies Med Lane will be in place at the crossings closest to South Cave.

Extra information

We’ve selected diversions which will cause the least impact to local communities. Due to the rural nature of the location, we’re working in, however, journey times could increase by up to 30 minutes. We recommend that you allow additional time if you’re planning to use the A63 during this time.

How to contact us
Details of the work is on our website https://highwaysengland.co.uk

If you have any questions, or if you would like to know about our work, please contact us on 0300 123 5000 or email info@highwaysengland.co.uk.

You can also write to Highways England, National Traffic Operations Centre, 3 Ridgeway, Quinton Business Park, Birmingham, B32 1AF.

Yours faithfully

Hazel Birdsall
Communications Manager
A-One +

WHO TO CONTACT?

May 24th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “WHO TO CONTACT?”

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: enquiries@environment-agency.gov.ukNational 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 housing.services@eastriding.gov.uk, 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: info@highwaysengland.co.ukYorkshire Water is usually responsible for sewer drains in the roads and blocked sewers – 0800 573553

Consultation Proposed Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order at Drewton Estate, South Cave, HU15 2AG and Rowley Footpath No. 16, Brick Dike Lane, HU20 3UP

May 13th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Consultation Proposed Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order at Drewton Estate, South Cave, HU15 2AG and Rowley Footpath No. 16, Brick Dike Lane, HU20 3UP”

Consultation
Proposed Public Path Diversion and Definitive Map and Statement Modification Order at Drewton Estate, South Cave, HU15 2AG and Rowley Footpath No. 16, Brick Dike Lane, HU20 3UP

 

SCAV&ROWL Consultation Paper

Humberside Fire & Rescue Service offer ‘Safe and Well’ visits and the NHS has an extensive list of services and contacts

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YOURhealth Service Sheet

Safe and Well Postcard v3 – no email

South Cave 10k Run

May 10th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave 10k Run”

Public Health England and the East Riding Safety Advisory Group, the decision has been taken to go ahead with the first South Cave 10K race. This will start from Cave Castle at 9.00am on Sunday 25 July 2021 and full details (including the course map) can be found at www.southcave10k.co.uk. In the days leading up to the event, notices will be put up to advise people of the possibility of some short delays on the route and we will notify all businesses and homes on the route in advance. The last runners should be back in the village by a little after 10 and the event is scheduled to complete by 11.00. Parking will be controlled and will be on the Bull Field with entrants to the race warned not to park elsewhere.

HRH Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh – 1921 to 2021

April 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “HRH Prince Phillip Duke of Edinburgh – 1921 to 2021”

In Honour of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh All Saints Church South Cave will be open for Private Prayer on Friday 9th April from 1.00pm until 5.00pm and Saturday 10th April from 9.00am until 4.00pm, as we remember and pray for Prince Philip, The Queen and the Royal Family.

There will be no book of condolence but a online form is avaliable were messages can be sent by visiting www.royal.uk/condolance

South Cave Parish Council are saddened by the loss of HRH Duke of Edinburgh and send their condolences to the entire Royal Family.

 

Private Prayer – Prince Phillip 10th June 1921 to 9th April 2021

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All Saints Church South Cave will be open for Private Prayer on Friday 9th April from 1.00pm until 5.00pm and Saturday 10th April from 9.00am until 4.00pm, as we remember and pray for Prince Philip, The Queen and the Royal Family.

20/02445/PLF Change of use of land and the erection of terraced decking area for outdoor seating/dining and bar (Retrospective Application) at The Gallery 67 Market Place South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2AS

April 1st, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “20/02445/PLF Change of use of land and the erection of terraced decking area for outdoor seating/dining and bar (Retrospective Application) at The Gallery 67 Market Place South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2AS”

20/02445/PLF Change of use of land and the erection of terraced decking area for outdoor seating/dining and bar (Retrospective Application) at The Gallery 67 Market Place South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2AS for Mr T Armstrong To be considered by the Western Area Planning Sub Committee on 13 April 2021. The meeting will be held as a virtual meeting either by using zoom or loop and NOT at County Hall, due to the present restrictions to combat Covid-19. The agenda and the officers reports can be viewed on the Council’s website at http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/western-area-planning-sub-committee

Roadworks

March 17th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Roadworks”

Message received from ERYC: overnight works currently taking place on the 1034 Brough Road South Cave A63 intersection will be continuing until 28th March 2021. These works will take place between the hours of 20:00hrs and 06:00hrs only.

Brough Road, South Cave – Footway Closure

February 25th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Brough Road, South Cave – Footway Closure”

emergency notice – Footpath closure

COVID Outbreak – Update 16.02.2021

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There is no outbreak within the community in the South Cave area.  There continues to be wider community infection cases across the East Riding area.  The spike in cases in the area is related to HMP Humber (staff and prisoners) and this is subject to ongoing review by PHE and the local Public Health Team.

 

Information/update received from Associate Director of Public Health

Frequently Asked Questions

February 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Frequently Asked Questions”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Parish Council?

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.

Who is on the Council?

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.

Can I attend meetings of the 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.

Can I speak at meetings of the Parish Council?

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.

How do people get elected to the council?

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.

What powers does the Parish Council have with respect to planning?

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.

Where do I pay or find out more about my Council Tax?

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/

How do I apply for a Bus Pass or Disability Parking badge?

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/

Can I apply for housing? Can I pay my rent?

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/

Where can I find out about planning applications and Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)?

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/

I have a problem with overhanging/overgrown vegetation (including trees & shrubs). Who would deal with this?

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/

Who do I contact about bin collection?

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/

Who is responsible for the roads and street lights – for example paths, pot holes, street signs, speed limits and drains etc?

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/

Who provides grit bins and road clearing services in winter?

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/

Planning Response

February 9th, 2021 Posted by Local News, Planning 0 thoughts on “Planning Response”

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.

 

Planning Notifications

February 9th, 2021 Posted by Planning 0 thoughts on “Planning Notifications”

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council published an article within the “Your East Riding” informing residents of the changes to their Planning Application publicity taking effect from 1 April 2017.

These changes formed part of a wider initiative to encourage a greater use of technology within the Council and the planning service, and as the ERYC would no longer be posting individual letters to neighbouring properties, the article set out the benefits for residents of registering on the ERYC Public Access website in order to keep informed of new planning applications, track applications of interest and make any comments.   Any complaints relating to these procedures should be submitted to Stephen Hunt, Head of Planning, East Riding of Yorkshire Council, County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA.

The Parish Council are not responsible for the notification of Planning Applications to neighbouring properties, this is the responsibility of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council and complaints relating to the timing of their display notices etc should be directed to themselves at County Hall.  The Parish Council have a obligation to display Agendas for meetings providing three clear days within the Parish Notice boards both at West End – Costcutters & Market Place – Town Hall.  The Agendas are also uploaded to the Parish website www.southcavepc.gov.uk

It is important residents regularly visit the notice boards or the website to ensure they are fully up to date with matters detailed on the agenda, within the minutes and also the general information provided which may be of interest in residents and visitors to the area.

Planning Example

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NHS Update

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2021 Census

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Covid 19 – Vaccine Scams

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Lockdown Bus Timetables

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Carriageway Resurfacing works Willow Flats South Cave

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Playpark & Urban Gym update 05.01.2021

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Government guidance states that outdoor sports venues must close, this includes outdoor gyms.
However, playgrounds may remain open because they are a public place you can meet with your support bubble or one other member from a different household (maintaining social distancing).
For any additional information please see www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home

covid19 vaccination patient update 31st December 2020

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River and Wolds Primary Care Network

Festive Bus Timetable

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Update for ERYC Parish Champions Dec 2020

East Riding of Yorkshire Council – Winter Grant Scheme

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Winter grant scheme

Click the link for information

 

 

Food Bank

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Willow Flats – Road Closure

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Click on Link for further details

 

Willow Flats 18.01.2021

Covid 19 – 5th November 2020 announcement – Playparks & Urban Gym

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South Cave residents COVID information :
Please be aware the play areas within south cave remain open however, the government guidelines state: exercise outdoors or visit an outdoor public place – with the people you live with, with your support bubble, or when on your own, with 1 person from another household (children under school age, as well as those dependent on round-the-clock care, such as those with severe disabilities, who are with their parents will not count towards the limit on 2 people meeting outside).
Please ensure you adhere to the legislation
Urban Gym – this area is now currently closed, and will be cordoned off accordingly, if anybody witnesses the removal of the tape or associates signage can you please contact myself, on 07400030111, this is due to government guidelines and requirements and will be reopened as soon as confirmation from the necessary authorities is received

Remembrance Day

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Notice of conclusion of audit – Annual Governance & accountability Return for the year ended 31st March 2020

October 20th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Notice of conclusion of audit – Annual Governance & accountability Return for the year ended 31st March 2020”

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SOUTH CAVE PARISH COUNCIL

NOTICE OF CONCLUSION OF THE AUDIT

Annual Governance & Accountability Return for the year ended 31st March 2020

Section 20 (2) & 25 of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014

The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)

Accounts and Audit (Corona virus) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 (SI 2020/404)

 

  1. The audit of accounts for the South Cave Parish Council for the year ended 31 March 2020 has been completed and the accounts have been published.
  2. The Annual Governance and Accountability Return is available for inspection by the local government elector of the area of South Cave Parish Council on Application to:

 

Mrs L Fielding

Clerk to the Parish Council

South Cave Parish Council

40-42 Market Place

South Cave

Brough
HU15 2AT

 

Between 9:30 and 11:30am on Tuesdays to Fridays

when any local government elector may make copies of the annual return, by appointment only

 

  1. Copies will be provided to any local government elector on payment of £0.60p for each copy of the annual return.

 

 

Announcement made by:

 

Mrs L Fielding

Clerk to the Parish Council

 

Date of Announcement:

 

20th October 2020

South Cave CE School set the Y3/4 – Leaflet/South Cave

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For this half-term, as part of our home schooling, South Cave CE School set the Y3/4 children some tasks related to the history of South Cave, finishing with an information leaflet that the children were to write about the village.Year 3 Home work Leaflet – South Cave
I have attached one from one of our Y3 pupils, William, as I thought you might like to see the wonderful work that he has produced.

Many thanks
Wayne Tatton

Assistant Headteacher

South Cave CE Primary School
Tel: 01430 422526

South Cave Playparks/Urban Gym Reopening 4th July 2020

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Important Information:

Public Notice

Please remember the following to keep your family/community safe

  • Judge the risk of COVID-19 to you and your family before entering the play area
  • Wash or sanitise your hands before and after using the play area and try not to touch your face while playing – **users must bring sanitiser, this is not provided on site 
  • Remember to social distance from people outside of your bubble
  • Refrain from eating and drinking in the play area
  • If you or anyone in your family are showing symptoms of COVID-19 do not enter this play area

For further information please visit

www.gov.uk/coronavirus

 

FREE Bespoke Cycle Training on Offer to East Riding Residents

June 15th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “FREE Bespoke Cycle Training on Offer to East Riding Residents”

During the lockdown, many residents have been walking and cycling as part of their daily exercise.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is keen for people to continue as the restrictions are eased and its Road Safety Team is offering safe, free personal cycle training to support residents in this transition.
The sessions will help to give adults and children aged 11 and over the opportunity to gain the skills and confidence to cycle more regularly as workplaces, shops and as schools begin to reopen.
The council’s Road Safety Team would like to see walking and cycling become a ‘new normal’ for people who only have short, daily journeys.
Principal road safety officer Steve Wigley said: “We’ve seen a lot of people across the county walking and cycling more regularly in the past couple of months.
“Now is the perfect opportunity for us all to really look hard at our future travel habits and to convert these leisure activities into active commuter journeys, reducing the overall number of vehicles on our roads, the current burden on public transport and dependence on cars, creating cleaner, less congested and more enjoyable environments.”
Councillor Chris Matthews, portfolio holder for strategic management, said: “As we all know, daily physical exercise has a huge impact on improving our physical and mental health which East Riding of Yorkshire Council is extremely keen to encourage.”
“We want to support more of our residents with the opportunity to access free cycle training giving them the necessary road skills to make cycling their regular way to travel.”

For more information, advice or to discuss free cycle training requirements, please email: road.safety.training@eastriding.gov.uk

Neighbourhood Watch notification

June 1st, 2020 Posted by Neighbourhood Watch 0 thoughts on “Neighbourhood Watch notification”

Dear Neighbourhood Watch Coordinators

Below is some information to help you and your neighbours avoid being a victim of a scam in regards to the Track and Trace system.

Please share as widely as you can.

NHS Test and Trace
________________________________________

Good afternoon,

If NHS Test and Trace calls you by phone, the service will be using a single phone number 0300 0135 000. The only website the service will ask you to visit is https://contact-tracing.phe.gov.uk.

Contact tracers will never:

• Ask you to dial a premium rate number to speak to us (for example, those starting 09 or 087)
• Ask you to make any form of payment
• Ask for any details about your bank account
• Ask for your social media identities or login details, or those of your contacts
• Ask you for any passwords or PINs, or ask you to set up any passwords or PINs over the phone
• Ask you to purchase a product
• Ask you to download any software to your device or ask you to hand over control of your PC, smartphone or tablet
• Ask you to access any website that does not belong to the Government or NHS

Share this information with family and friends, protect yourself and others.

ERYC – Walks

May 28th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “ERYC – Walks”

Useful Links for Walks around the ERYC:

ERYC WALKS

Caddy Bags

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COVID-19 Update – Caddy liner bags for food waste

As a temporary measure, we will be starting to deliver kitchen caddy liner bags to residents’ homes if they need them at this time. If you would like a delivery of caddy liners, please contact us:

Email: refuseadmin@eastriding.gov.uk

with the following details:

  • Your house number or house name
  • Your postcode

Please add the words “Caddy liners” in the subject box. We will aim to drop two rolls of caddy liners on your doorstep as soon as we possibly can, but please bear with us, as this will depend on the demand.

If you have run out of caddy liners, you can also use a sheet of newspaper to line the caddy, or place the food waste loose in the brown bin.

Please do not use any plastic bags or other types of ‘compostable’ bags as these will not break down in our composting process.

Note from the Clerk to the Parish Council: I also have a small number of Caddy Liners which have been dropped off this morning.  Can you please call me if you need them urgently and are unable to wait for a delivery from the ERYC on 07400030111, I can arrange for you to collect the bags safely from me.

 

VE weekend – 8th May 2020 – Schedule

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I have been asked about times, I was thinking to say to people between 1p.m and 5p.m, I will post the actual schedule many other villages are using, I will be live on BBC Radio Humberside on Friday 8th May 2020 at 9:10a.m promoting our page and telling everybody how fabulous our village is. I am hoping you will all share your photos and videos on here for me to keep for the future and also I was thinking of doing a live feed from my car in the afternoon showing what if happening on each street. Not sure if you all know but South Cave all Saints Church has a zoom quiz planned for the evening commencing at 7:00p.m if you would like more information please visit the Church website.

The Parish Council have organised for a plaque to be installed at the Cenotaph, this will be as follows:

South Cave Subscription Band

In 1904 the South Cave Subscription Band was formed.

The Band demised prior to the commencement of World War II in 1938 as many band members were called for service in the forces.

The uniforms and instruments were sold and the money was used to buy a number of laurel bushes for the village, including around the village war memorial.

I did not know the importance of the Laurels until I started working for the Parish Council. The Plaque will be brass and will be mounted on a oak post, this will be discreet. However, the plaque has been ordered it is on its way, and I just really hope it will arrive and be installed on time. I will keep you informed of this.

I will upload a video of the Chair to the Parish Council laying the Wreath at the Cenotaph, this will be completed on Thursday evening in order for the wreath to be in position for the weekend.

Can I take this opportunity to thank everybody for their efforts. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all those people around our fantastic village who have offered help and assistance to others. I have a database of over 65 helpers all of whom are on call ready to assist with anything any resident within South Cave may need, wether this be, prescription collection or just a friendly chat, they are more then happy to help. I think this speaks volumes for how we have pulled together as a community at this very difficult time. There are also many other helpers and people arranging all kinds of assistance for others around the village, from making scrubs to shields being installed within our local shops and masks being made for donations to the NHS, these are just a few that I know of and Im positive there will be more around the village.

Can I remind you if you would like to offer help you can still register on the Parish Council Website at www.southcavepc.gov.uk or email me on clerk@southcavepc.gov.ukor call me on 07400030111, if you need assistance for any at all, please Also call me, my phones on 24/7 and I would be more then happy to hear from you.

Stay Safe and I look forward to see you your photographs

Lyndsey xx

Temporary Road Closure

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THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC Common Road, South Cave

Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of this notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding along Common Road, South Cave, approximately 10 metes either side of Coe Bridge commencing 15th June 2020 to allow structural repair works to take place to Cow Bridge.

The road closure is necessary to enable the works to be carried out in a manner consistent with ensuring the safety of the public. The Order is valid for 18 months, but it is anticipated that the works will be completed by 5th July 2020.

The alternative route for traffic affected by the road closure will be via: Millbeck Bank, Norfolk Bank Lane, Ellerker Lane, Common Road and vice versa. The diversion route will be signed at the time of closure. The road will be closed to all traffic but access will be maintained for emergency vehicles, pedestrians and residents.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Council on 01482 393939 and asking for Highways Customer Care

8th May 2020 – VE day

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The Parish Council were working in conjunction with Cave Castle to bring the Village a weekend of Family entertainment.  This is now cancelled due to the current situation,  we have however arranged for red lamppost poppies to be placed on Church Street Lamposts, the Town Hall will be decorated in Red, White and Blue and the Chair to the Parish Council will be laying a wreath at the cenotaph on behalf of the Parish Council.

Many village streets around the country will be preparing their own decorations and front garden BBQ’s and picnics.  It would be fabulous if we as a village can join in with this community spirit. The Clerk will arrange for photographs to be circulated. Thank you all in advance… Lyndsey

Planning Decision

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Bellway Homes – ERYC decision

Humberside Police

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Dear Resident
We are writing to you with regards to how you can access support and safeguard yourself against scams during the coronavirus outbreak.
Unfortunately, not everyone out there is trustworthy and some people will try to take advantage of this unusual situation our society is facing and try to exploit people.
Listed below are some of the scams that you could be approached with, but please note that criminals and their scams come in all shapes and sizes, and they may contact you at the door, by phone, post or online:
• Be aware of people offering miracle cures or vaccines for coronavirus – there is no specific treatment for coronavirus (COVID-19)
• People impersonating healthcare workers, claiming to be offering ‘home-testing’ for coronavirus – this is a scam and these kits are not currently available to buy
• Emails saying that you can get a refund on taxes, utilities or similar – they are usually bogus and they are just trying to obtain your bank and personal details
• Fake products available to buy online that advise they can protect you or cure coronavirus – these will not help and are just designed to take your money
• Mobile phone applications that claim to give you updates on the virus but instead, they lock your phone and demand a ransom
• Calls from people purporting to be from your bank, or from the police, asking for your bank details over the phone
• People offering to do you’re shopping or collecting medication and asking for money upfront and then disappearing

To avoid becoming a victim of a scam, please follow our tips and advice below:
 Be cautious and listen to your instincts. Don’t be afraid to hang up, bin it, delete it or shut the door
 Take your time; don’t be rushed
 If someone claims to represent a charity, ask them for ID. Be suspicious of requests for money up front. Check with family and friends before accepting offers of helps if you are unsure
 If you are online, be aware of fake news and use trusted sources such as .gov.uk or NHS.uk websites. Make sure you type the addresses in and don’t click on links in emails
 Only purchase goods from legitimate retailers and take a moment to think before parting with money or personal information
 Know who you’re dealing with – if you need help, talk to someone you know or get in touch with your local Council on the numbers below
 Protect your financial information, especially from people you do not know. Never give your bank card or PIN to a stranger

We know it can be difficult to know who to trust, and we hope this information helps you to feel more informed and more able to protect yourself against these types of scams.
If you are online or have a mobile phone Facebook Community groups and WhatsApp groups can be great ways of staying in touch with those around you.

You can also sign up to Humberside Police’s My Community Alert at www.mycommuntiyalert.co.uk to receive updates straight to your mobile or email on what is going on in your community.
To learn more about different types of scams and how to protect yourself and others, visit the National Trading Standards website www.FriendsAgainstScams.org.uk and complete the free online training.
If you are not online, please see the telephone helpline numbers below if you need any help or advice:
• If you think you’ve been scammed, report it to Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040
• If you need advice, call the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 0808 223 1133
• If you are in immediate danger, contact the police on 999

Kind Regards
Humberside Police

South Cave Show

March 28th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “South Cave Show”

The South Cave Show

It is with a heavy heart that the Committee has taken the
decision to cancel the 136th South Cave Show. We have taken
the decision now for all sorts of reasons. The Show takes a lot
of putting together and receives an incredible amount of support
from local firms, the community, the council, the WI all of whom
will be affected in one way and another.
The Government is keeping the country informed about what is
happening but it is an impossible task to predict the future. How
long will it last and what will the effects be on all of us? We do
not want to go ahead with an event which could compromise so
many in our community.
We are aware that this will be a disappointment for our many
loyal competitors and for all those new competitors who were
planning to enter this year!
Do not be dismayed as we will be back … Next Year 2021
August 30th with the same old favourites and a few new
categories.
If you were a Trophy Winner we will be in touch at a later date.
Keep well and fit and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.
Happy Garden, Baking, Crafting, and any of the activities which
you can enjoy within the context of your own garden.

Cencelled Defibrillator Training

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South Cave Run 2020

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South Cave run until summer 2020 on 26th July is now postponed now be run in July 2021

COVID – 19

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Can you help those in isolation?  if so please print off, complete and post the attached forms to your neighbours who you think may need assistance.  Forms are being distributed to shops around the village, if you are unable to find them please call me on 01430 421044 or email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk, I can organise them to be dropped off for you.

Do you need help yourself?  please do not suffer in silence or struggle, please call me here at the Town Hall, I am gathering a list of brilliant local people who have offered assistance to those who need it.

 

BARN DANCE – CANCELLED

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Town Hall

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COVID – 19

The Town Hall is closed until further notice, however we are still operational and the clerk is available to assist on the landline 01430 421044 or email clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

WI – Jumble Sale

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Temoporary Road Closure

March 10th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Temoporary Road Closure”

THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC Part Of Wallingfen Lane, Newport

Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of this notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding alongPart of Wallingfen Lane, Newport between the junction with Main Road, Newport until approximately 500m south of the junction commencing 30th March 2020 until 1st April 2020.

The road closure is necessary to enable Openreach underground network works to be carried out in a manner consistent with ensuring the safety of the public. The Order is valid for 18 months, but it is anticipated that the works will be completed within 3 days.

The alternative route for traffic affected by the road closure will be via: Wallingfen Lane, Common Lane, Common Road, Ellerker Lane, Water Lane, West End, Ferry Road, Sand Lane, Station Road, Eastfield, Westgate, Newport Road, Main Road. The diversion route will be signed at the time of closure. The road will be closed to all through traffic but access will be maintained for emergency vehicles, residents and pedestrians.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Council on 01482 393939 and asking for Highways Customer Care

Dated this 12th March 2020.

Temporary Road Closure

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THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1) TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC Church Street, South Cave

Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of this notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding along Church Street, South Cave between No:35 to No:39 Church Street South Cave. commencing 1st May 2020 to allow works to install a metered MSM communication pipe.

The road closure is necessary to enable the works to be carried out in a manner consistent with ensuring the safety of the public. The Order is valid for 18 months, but it is anticipated that the works will be completed within 4 days (by 4th May 2020).

The alternative route for traffic affected by the road closure will be via: Church Street, West End, Water Lane, Ellerker Lane, Willow Flats, Brough Road, Market Place and vice versa The diversion route will be signed at the time of closure. The road will be closed to all traffic but access will be maintained for emergency vehicles, pedestrians and residents).

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Council on 01482 393939 and asking for Highways Customer Care

Dated this 16th April 2020

 

South Cave WI

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Activities for Everyone at SCWI Hall 2020

Crossing Partol Vacancy

January 30th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Crossing Partol Vacancy”

Job details Vacancy – School Crossing Patrol
South Cave, Market Place – 08:25 – 09:00 & 15:25 – 16:20
Job Term: Permanent
Appointment Type: Part time (Term Time only)
Days of work: Monday – Friday
Hours per week: Term time only (See specific sites for hours)
ERYC are looking to recruit friendly and reliable individuals to supervise the safe road crossing of children and adults at various locations across the East Riding.
As part of your role you will be responsible for deciding when it is safe to stop traffic, using the crossing patrol sign, to give clear signals to drivers, cyclists and pedestrians. You may also have some involvement in road safety training delivered to school children.
This is a rewarding and respected role within the community that is appreciated by parents, children and road users. The weekly hours range between 4 – 8 hours which makes this an attractive opportunity for retirees, part time workers, students and self-employed people as it can fit in around other commitments. Applications are welcome from everyone.
You will need knowledge of the Highway Code but you will be provided with full training. You will also be provided with all the equipment required to carry out the role.
As this role involves vulnerable people the appointment is subject to a DBS check.
Although the closing date states the 31 July 2020 , we are actively recruiting for these posts throughout the school year and applications are forwarded to the recruiting manager every fortnight for their consideration.
We look forward to receiving your application.
Visit: www. jobs.eastriding.gov.uk/tlive_webrecruitment
Closing date: 31 July 2020

Bull Pasture

January 30th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Bull Pasture”

 

 

Bull Pasture Trees
The Parish Council obtained permission from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council in 2008 to improve the biodiversity of Bull Pasture by planting shrubs and various species of trees along the boundary adjacent to Thornham Close. Funding from donations from village groups, including Play Group, Woodland Trust and trees grown by the late Robin Scott the field was made a welcoming environment for wildlife displaced by aggressive development in South Cave. Some trees were planted in memory of loved ones who are no longer here.

Following a recent inspection of the plantation it has become apparent a number of trees have been heavily cut back and vandalised. The Parish Council are looking for any information which may relate to these incidents and can be reported to the clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk or telephone: 01430 421044

Your assistance with this matter would be greatly appreciated.

Annual Spring Clean

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Protect Your Property

January 28th, 2020 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Protect Your Property”

The Parish Council are working with the East Riding of Yorkshire Council in reviewing the floods which occurred 14th November 2019.

During the discussions it was noted the East Riding of Yorkshire Council hold limited resources by way of protection for individual properties, and due to the volume of locations affected by the floods in this incident, resources were stretched.

The Parish Council would like to assist residents in being proactive in protecting their own properties in the likely event of a future flood. Further information relating to how to protect your own properties can be located at
www.gov.uk/prepare-for-flooding/future-flooding

Please Note: The Parish Council do not endorse any supplier of items which are available to purchase in order to prevent flooding. However, ‘FloodSax’ sand-less sandbags are easily stored and hold back floodwater to protect homes and businesses and are also ideal at soaking up leaks and spills inside. Further information can be located at www.floodsax.co.uk

If you think your property might be at risk from a future flood event, you might consider taking your own precautions rather than relying on East Riding Council, whose resources can be overwhelmed by demand. You can also register for flood warnings at https://www.gov.uk/check-flood-risk

Free Training

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‘Village Halls Week 2020’ (20-26 January)

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With ‘Village Halls Week 2020’ (20-26 January) almost upon us, we are running a photo competition to provide funds for cash-strapped rural community halls. The competition is designed to champion and emphasise the vital role that halls play in building rural communities. The top prize is £1,000 to the village hall and £500 to the photographer.

To alert halls and villages, we’ve teamed up with various charity organisations (ACRE, Plunkett Foundation and 30+ Regional Community Councils) to spread word to villages and halls which don’t have a social media presence and are not in regular communication with other organisations.

To help us, would you be kind enough to pass information about the competition to those parish councils, village halls and village associations for which you have contacts in your area? We are keen that all villages have an equal chance to take part, prompting villagers to collaborate and bring home the message of their hall’s vital importance.

Here are the key points about the competition:

– Top prize is £1,000 to the village hall and £500 to the photographer. There are other prizes.
– Theme: ‘Village Life – a photo which characterises the value of community in your village’. This is not about ‘pretty villages’ or professional photography, but rather capturing the essence of ‘community’.
– It’s open to all rural halls. No fee to enter. Halls can enter as many photos as they wish.
– Closing date is 15/3/20 but many halls are using Village Halls Week to capture great photos.
– Details and rules are available from https://villagehallsurvey.com/survey/photo-competition
– Trustees can download a poster for noticeboard display from the above link.
– We’ve received over a hundred entries already, with some very touching photos showing great community bonds. Please encourage villages to vote for the best photos from other communities in order to help the judges. https://villagehallsurvey.com/survey/photo-competition/photo-gallery
– If halls wish to share information about the competition on Facebook or Twitter, a larger version of this graphic is attached for their use.

Police Surgery

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Sports Centre

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Town Hall

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THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL – Road Traffic Brough Road A1034 works

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A1034 Brough Road

THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)

TEMPORARY SPEED LIMITED OF 40MPH

A1034 SOUTH CAVE (part of)

Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of

this notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from exceeding 40MPH on the

A1034 between the South Cave southern gateway and approx 250 metres south of the Sevice Station

commencing on 20th January 2019.

The restriction is necessary to enable carriageway works to be carried out in a manner consistent

with ensuring the safety of the public. The Order is valid for 18 months, but it is anticipated that

the restriction will be lifted by 1st April 2020.

Further information can be obtained by contacting the Council on 01482 393939 and asking for Highways

Customer Care

Dated this 12th September 2019

Paul Bellotti

Director of Communities and Environment

County Hall

Beverley

East Riding of Yorkshire

HU17 9BA

 

Community Transport Groups and Voluntary Car Scheme

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Community Transport Groups and Voluntary Car Scheme providers across the East Riding are currently seeking volunteers to assist with delivering vital transport services which enable residents to access local hospitals, doctors surgeries, dentists and shopping amenities.

Please see attached an information leaflet from Beverley Community Lift and below for the contact details of other organisations who operate these type of services throughout the East Riding.

Interest from all age groups would be welcome so please contact the group direct that is local to you and they will be happy to provide further information


North Holderness Community Transport (HART)
HART Yard
Cliff Road
Hornsea
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU18 1JB
01964 536684

Goole GoFar (GGF)
51 Carlisle Street
Goole
East Riding of Yorkshire
DN14 5DS
01405 780344

Brough Voluntary Action
60 Welton Road
Brough
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU15 1BH
01482 667271

Willerby & Kirkella Helping Hands
Methodist Church
Willerby Square
Willerby
East Riding of Yorkshire
HU10 6JP
01482 650912

Cave Players

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Race Night

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South Cave WI

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South Cave WI Autumn Quiz 2020

Will be held on Thursday March 26th at 7.30pm

In The WI Hall, Church Street, South Cave.

 

Teams of four cost £6 per head, price includes a light supper and tea or coffee.

Feel free to bring your own drinks, nibbles and glasses.

For further information or to book a table ring

Pat 01430 626346 or Sally 01430 423032

South Cave WI

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Highways Agency – improvements to the South Cave A63 Junction

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Yorkshire Air Ambulance

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Road Diversion

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Press release from East Riding Council to all Councillors and residents, for circulation

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Press release from East Riding Council to all Councillors and residents, for circulation.

Working alongside its partners, including the Environment Agency, Humberside Police and Humberside Fire & Rescue, East Riding of Yorkshire Council is responding to a number of incidents of localised flooding across the East Riding, with heavy rain continuing to fall.
There are currently five flood alerts, meaning flooding is possible, in place in the East Riding at:
·        The Lower River Derwent.
·        River Foulness and Market Weighton Catchment.
·        Holderness Drain.
·        Burstwick and Keyingham.
·        South East Holderness.
There are also two flood warnings, flooding is expected, in place at:
·        North Cave Beck and North Cave.
·        Patrington Haven.
There are a number of road closures across the East Riding as a result of standing water on the carriageway, including:
·        B1230 at Walkington Heads
·        Great Gutter Lane, Swanland
·        the A63 Melton roundabout – both slip roads
·        the A63 between South Cave and North Ferriby
·        the A1079, from Kingswood to Killingwoldgraves roundabout and the slip roads onto Jock’s Lodge on the A164
·        the A1035 northern bypass, near Beverley
·        Driffield Road, near Beverley
·        and Ellerker Lane.
Drivers are advised to take extra care when out on the roads and should drive to the conditions, allowing extra time for their journey. Where possible, it is strongly advised not to travel.
The council has deployed pumps to several locations and has staff and equipment on standby at its depots ready to deploy to affected areas. Sandbags will be targeted to locations where flooding is most likely and will not be issued on a general basis.
Ahead of the inclement weather, the council cleared roadside drains across the area, but, where these may have become blocked, residents are asked to advise the council of the locations and teams will be deployed to clear these again to allow rain water to drain.
Yvonne Rhodes, head of business management and commissioning at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “With heavy rain expected to continue into the night – forecasts indicate the worst of this will clear the East Riding by around 9pm – the council has operations taking place across the area in response to the challenging weather conditions.
“We have seen a number of road closures due to standing water and a number of flood alerts and flood warnings remain in place.
“The council will continue its operations into the night in order to support residents and communities.
“It is strongly advised that people not travel, if possible. Where they must, they are advised to drive to the conditions and allow extra time for their journey.
“Residents with elderly or vulnerable relatives and neighbours are asked to check that they are okay and if they are concerned to contact the council or the emergency services.”
For further information and advice about flooding, visit www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/emergencies/preparing-for-emergencies/flooding/
In an emergency, residents can contact the council on (01482) 393939.

ERYC Flood Information

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https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/living/emergencies/preparing-for-emergencies/flooding

Will the council provide me with sandbags if I request them?

The council does not provide sandbags to members of the public on request.  Resources are not available to deliver sandbags to private properties, particularly when a widespread flooding event may be taking place. The council holds a limited supply of sandbags, which will be deployed depending on the potential scale of the flooding and using the following priorities:

  • Prevention of loss of life or serious injury
  • Work to prevent flooding from watercourses, supporting flood banks, etc
  • The maintenance of access for emergency services
  • Protection of the primary highway network and transportation routes
  • Protection of vital utilities, electricity, communications networks, pumping stations
  • Protection of vital facilities within the community
  • Protection of council property including care homes, schools, etc.

If supplies are made available to the public they will only be issued where officers have assessed the situation and feel that there is an immediate flood risk and that sandbags would help prevent flooding. The council will assess the situation following reports of flooding or potential flooding or when the Environment Agency has issued a flood warning or severe flood warning for an area. Sandbags will not be issued for flood alerts.

If sandbags are issued they will most likely be placed at strategic points in areas known to be sensitive to flooding, for example on street corners, for collection and placement by the property owner.

However, with little warning of some types of flooding occurring it is often difficult to get supplies to communities in time to be of any benefit to prevent flooding of property. Residents are encouraged to think about how they could protect their own property, particularly if it is in a known flood risk area. Advice on property protection and known flood risk areas is available from the National Flood Forum and the Environment Agency. Advice on actions to take if you think your home is at risk of flooding can be found here:

GOV.UK – Using sandbags (external website)

National Flood Forum – sandbags (external website)

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THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL

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Bellway Homes – UPDATE

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Dear Clerk, Chair and Councillors,

 

I regret to inform you that the Bellway Planning Application has been voted FOR by the Committee earlier today, with no further amendments.

 

Despite all your efforts and those of residents in writing and researching and coming up with strong counter arguments against the plan it has never the less gone through.

 

The Committees main reasons, as I saw it, to accept the Officers recommendations ‘as is’ was that they didn’t believe from their experience Bellway would change anything else.

 

And as Bellway had reduced the numbers of houses already from the last plan it was deemed rather unusual for a developer to do this, so they accepted it as a positive.

 

So after a fairly long discussion with residents arguments still being interjected by opposition Councillors and despite Cllr. Meredith’s, Mr. Leonards and my eloquent presentations, the vote unfortunately was:

 

FOR:

Conservative: 8

 

AGAINST:

Independents: 2

Liberal Democrat: 1

 

1 member was absent on the day

 

It was disappointing that ruling Members didn’t feel the arguments put forward were strong enough reasons to vote to send the amendments back for further consultation, probably because of the threat of an appeal, something of which I feel should not have been the reason to deny further negotiation.

 

There are a few details that will be left for Officer’s to decide in their professional opinion. Some of these are procedural and some more expert when it comes to flood prevention and watercourses.

 

I previously did request from the Council prior to the meeting for a more direct answer to the Culverting of the Water Course and I learn that Culverting is an option, not a definite.

 

However the final on this has to be decided by flood and drainage experts and therefore, I  understand, would have not been a condition as part of the vote today either way.

 

A full approval document will be on the Planning Portal in due course.

 

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kindest Regards,

Cllr. Terry Gill.

Independent for Dale Ward

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

 

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Report from Cllr. Terry Gill, Independent, on the meeting on 25th Sept 2019 @ 1:30pm with Planning Officers and Bellway with Cllr. Meredith and Cllr. Smith to discuss the detailed objections raised by residents to Planning Application 19/01107/STREM

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Dear Chair, Councillors and residents,

 

Report from Cllr. Terry Gill, Independent, on the meeting on 25th Sept 2019 @ 1:30pm with Planning Officers and Bellway with Cllr. Meredith and Cllr. Smith to discuss the detailed objections raised by residents to Planning Application 19/01107/STREM(Cllrs. Meredith & Smith may submit their own reports to add points I may have inadvertently omitted. I point out that this purely my understanding and not the necessarily the views of the other Dale Ward Councillors or the East Riding of Yorkshire Council)

 

Firstly, an apology. We assumed that someone from Bellway was going to be present, as per my request, as there was no mention on our invitation to the meeting that there wouldn’t be, but sadly not.

 

We didn’t find out at the meeting that it is not Council Policy for Ward Councillors to discuss plans with a developer once an application has been submitted. So sadly, we were unable progress things that direction.

However, we did speak with Matthew Sunman and James Chatfield from the Planning Department. A heated debate pursued from all sides over residents’ concerns and I list below the ones that were covered and my own understanding of the answers the officers gave.

 

Overall, whilst the meeting was constructive, we didn’t get the kind of answers some residents were hoping for.

It is known that the East Riding is one of the busiest Planning Departments in the Country and Officers appear to be under a great deal of pressure. One officer told me that we simply don’t have the time to reply go back to individual objectors, even the ones that have spent a great deal of their own time researching facts for counter arguments.

However, both Officers categorically assured us that all objections are read and considered and are appropriated according with the current national or local and the Council’s own policy requirements.

 

Q1. Can we go back to the original outline consent of 115 properties?

Ans: Unless the number of properties was a precondition at the time outline was approved then the plan is seen as indicative and therefore can be changed to suit the housing needs and policies at the time.

 

Q2. Quantity of open space? Ans: It’s been confirmed today by the Council that the Open Spaces allocated are:

  •         Main body of POS – 2251 sq m
  •         Amenity space with new footpath adj plot 122 – 270 sq m
  •         Adjacent to plot 105 – 250 sq m
  •         Adjacent 67 – 150 sq m
  •         Along footpath link to market place – 900 sq m

 

The above totals 3821 sq m – the balance of 355 sq m is taken from incidental landscaped areas / planting buffers to boundaries throughout the site.

 

The overall space is considered acceptable even though it falls short of what could be allocated. It is permitted when any short fall of Open Space is present the developer has to pay a commuted sum. In this case I believe is almost £300,000 over the next 5 years, that could go towards improving overall recreation areas and possibly the Sports Centre in the Village.

If the full amount of Open Space was planned on the development, I understand there would still not be enough space to accommodate a full-size sports pitch and reasonable parking, of which incidentally could attract more traffic onto the site from elsewhere and cause additional traffic and disruption to both new and existing residents.

Plus, Officers are stating that the Sports and Recreational facilities are within acceptable ‘Walking Distance’ and also the route has a Pelican Crossing over Market Place that further supports the walking route.

 

Q3. Central Hedgerow I understand from the Officers that the developer has submitted an independent expert ecological assessment that has found no significant ecological value in the hedges. Also, as of the result of this report once the plan has been approved the hedgerow can be removed, as there is no protection order in place. It was said that if the hedges were kept they could be taken out by the new residents.

 

Q4. Design of the properties. It is a criticism that the house design are somewhat bland and out of keeping with the area. The applicant did not submit full colour impressions so an informed decision could be made and I have asked for the Planning Department to get these from the developer.

 

Q5, Site access to Market Place. It was Approved by the Planning Committee in March this year for 5 properties only to have access to Market Place the Council cannot ask the applicant to revisit this. So, trying to get the overall hybrid plan re-instated is futile.

 

Q6. Impact on traffic in Little Wold Lane/Beverley Road Junction? Experts on the Council’s Highways Department have accessed this and under the current policies and conditions and they deem this acceptable.

 

Q7. Access for foot/Cycle path directly from The Stray to Market Place via the Bellway site? Whilst the amended plans now include a footpath from Little Wold Lane into the site there is a residents’ preferred option is via an access directly from a cul-de-sac in The Stray. There is a narrow strip of land here owned by Horncastle’s. We have heard from one resident that they are willing to sell this to Bellway but haven’t been approach on this as yet. One reason why, I have learnt, is that this narrow piece of land is known as Ransom Strip and developers often leave these in abeyance for years to capitalise on a developer that would benefit from an access to a neighbouring site. The value of a ransom strip can be as much as 30% of the value of the development. So, I think this is outside the scope of the Council and between the two developers.

Shame really as this could be seen as holding residents to ransom over a very good environmental benefit.

 

Q8. Drains and Culverts. Residents’ concerns over flooding and blockages by Culverting over the open natural ditch in Little Wold Lane is still deemed acceptable by Officers. They are the experts and stressed that East Riding is the Lead Local Flood Authority, which if I understand this correctly, they are the ‘Go To’ body that has all the expert knowledge in dealing with and approving schemes that preventing flooding. They also pointed they are working with their current policies and that may well differ from other Authorities and national recommendations but right now they are conforming to the current policy.

 

Q9. Bungalows instead of houses? Houses have been specified along Little Wold Lane where residents and I feel bungalows would best suit the street scene. Also, the amended plans have made provision for bungalows to back on to three bungalows in Middle Garth Drive. However, there are 3 residents with Bungalows in Middle Garth that feel disadvantaged, as houses have been planned behind their homes. Whilst this has been about the angles and distance between the existing bungalows and the new homes, residents feel it would be best suited to have bungalows all the way along.

 

Of course, all these things are there to be challenged but not all will surpass an appeal, according to Officers, if the plan is refused, so it will be up the Committee members to decide on what the realistic grounds are for refusal.

 

The amended plan is coming before Committee next Thursday 3rd of October at 2pm, item 7 on the Agenda. You are welcome to attend and can register to speak provided slots are already taken.

 

I will be speaking to committee for an allowed 5 minutes on behalf of residents to try and get the best out of the plans. If you have any questions or would like to mention something I may have missed please do let me know before next Wednesday, so I will have time to amend my presentation if need be.

 

In the meantime, I suggest you contact and/or write to all the Committee members again on all or any one specific issue prior to next Wednesday.

 

Email address as follows:

Chairman:   councillor.mcmaster@eastriding.gov.uk,

 

With copies to members: councillor.nigel.wilkinson@eastriding.gov.uk, councilor.chad.chadwick@eastriding.gov.uk, councilor.handley@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.lee@eatriding.gov.uk, councillor.rudd@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.sargeantson@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.steel@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.tucker@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.mathieson@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.whittle@eastriding.gov.uk, councillor.davison@eastriding.gov.uk

 

 

Kindest Regards,

 

Cllr. Terry Gill.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Independent for Dale Ward

74, Spindlewood, Elloughton,

HU15 1LL

Tel: 01482 666924

Email: cllr@terrygill.co.uk

Planning Committee on 3 October 2019

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Erection of 126 dwellings with associated access, parking and infrastructure following application 15/02649/STPLF (hybrid with approved outline permission, all matters to be considered) (AMENDED SITE LAYOUT PLAN AND HOUSE TYPES) at Land South And East Of Old Priory 8 Station Road South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2AA

for Bellway Homes Yorkshire Ltd

I write to advise you that the above application will be considered by the Planning Committee on 3 October 2019. The meeting will be held at County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA. The

agenda and the officers reports can be viewed on the Council’s website at

http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/planning-committee

 

Bellway update 17.09.2019

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Planning Update

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Planning Update

19/01107/STREM

Land South and East Of Old Priory 8 Station Road, South Cave,

East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU15 2AA

 

On August 8th this application was deferred by the Strategic Planning Committee at East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Having heard the thoughts and concerns of residents the Committee determined that a deferral of the application pending a more suitable design and layout was the most appropriate course of action.

Revisions have now been submitted and can be viewed at the link below.

https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/

These alterations are not considered to be a significant change to the scheme by East Riding Planning Officers. This is unfortunate as comments from both objectors and committee members stressed the importance of residential amenity and that any designs should be sympathetic to their surroundings. In view of the fact that the proposal has not been significantly altered there will not be another consultation with the public but all previous comments will remain valid. However, it is advisable to submit new comments should you still hold objections as this will assist Committee Members in determining whether the application will cause substantial harm to the surrounding area.

It is most likely that the application will be considered at the next meeting of the Strategic Planning Committee on October 3rd; however this cannot be confirmed until the week prior to the meeting and publishing of the agenda. I will be registering to speak against the application in its new form, as before, due to the overbearing nature of the development and the urbanisation of a rural community. Should you have any thoughts you wish to discuss or issues you would like to raise please contact me at the details provided below.

Yours faithfully,

Councillor Richard Meredith

07824 559448

councillor.meredith@eastriding.gov.uk

Planning Update

19/01107/STREM

Land South and East Of Old Priory 8 Station Road, South Cave,

East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU15 2AA

 

 

 

 

There will be an extra-ordinary meeting of the Parish Council at The Women’s Institute to discuss the proposed alterations. If you wish to add your thoughts to the discussion please attend on Tuesday 24th September at 7:00.

 

Below is a summary of the proposed changes from the previous application:

 

  • Reduction in the number of proposed dwellings by 9 from 135 to 126.
  • Reduced the number of properties served directly by Little Wold Lane from 7 to 6 to increase separation and enhance the streetscape.
  • Amended housing mix – 1 bed reduced from 8 to 6, 2 bed reduced from 35 to 26, 3 bed stayed the same 39 and 4 bed increased from 63 to 65.
  • Affordable housing contributions are linked to the number of dwellings proposed and a reduction in the number proposed has reduced the contribution to 31.5 dwellings (31 on site with the 0.5 provided as an off-site financial contribution).
  • 4 bungalows remain although as two pairs of semis rather than a terrace of four.
  • Open space contributions are also linked to the number of dwellings and bedrooms proposed. Reducing the number proposed has reduced the on-site contribution to 4029.6sqm. 4043sqm is proposed on site.
  • Footpath to the north eastern corner of the site on Little Wold Lane is proposed.
  • With the exception of 6 plots, all have 2 car parking spaces. Plots 68 and 69 are 1 bedroom thus has one space. Plots 59/ 60 and 65/ 66 have three spaces between them.
  • Additional replacement hedgerow to the front of properties 47-50 and 113-115 to replace the loss of the central hedgerow within the site.
  • Chimney added to Goldsmith, Joiner and Thespian house type (8 dwellings in total) and render to Forester (6 dwellings)

Planning Update

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Planning Update

 

19/01107/STREM

Land South and East Of Old Priory 8 Station Road, South Cave,

East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU15 2AA

 

 

On August 8th this application was deferred by the Strategic Planning Committee at East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Having heard the thoughts and concerns of residents the Committee determined that a deferral of the application pending a more suitable design and layout was the most appropriate course of action.

 

 

Revisions have now been submitted and can be viewed at the link below.

 

https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/

 

 

These alterations are not considered to be a significant change to the scheme by East Riding Planning Officers. This is unfortunate as comments from both objectors and committee members stressed the importance of residential amenity and that any designs should be sympathetic to their surroundings. In view of the fact that the proposal has not been significantly altered there will not be another consultation with the public but all previous comments will remain valid. However, it is advisable to submit new comments should you still hold objections as this will assist Committee  Members in determining whether the application will cause substantial harm to the surrounding area.

 

It is most likely that the application will be considered at the next meeting of the Strategic Planning Committee on October 3rd; however this cannot be confirmed until the week prior to the meeting and publishing of the agenda. I will be registering to speak against the application in its new form, as before, due to the overbearing nature of the development and the urbanisation of a rural community. Should you have any thoughts you wish to discuss or issues you would like to raise please contact me at the details provided below.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Councillor Richard Meredith

 

07824 559448

 

councillor.meredith@eastriding.gov.uk

Bellway Homes – Ward Councillor information – Cllr Meredith

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On Thursday 8th August the East Riding’s Planning Committee voted to defer the Bellway Application for 135 houses on Little Wold Lane. Councillor Gill, a local resident acting as spokesman and I set out the position of the community as well as the many reasons this application was unacceptable. Some scathing comments from committee members echoed the sentiments displayed at both meetings hosted by the Parish Council and a motion to defer the application for further discussions was carried.

It is worth noting that an outright refusal would most likely have been appealed by the developer, and should this have been successful then permission would have been granted and the ability for the Council to implement conditions would have been lost. It is my hope that a forthcoming revision will address all the concerns residents have raised and be a welcome asset to the local area. If future proposals are similarly flawed however, and the Committee is minded to refuse them, this will inform an inspector at a possible appeal that a balance was sought but was unachievable.

The next meeting of the Strategic Planning Committee is scheduled for Thursday 12th September and there is a possibility a revised scheme could be submitted by then, however this is unlikely as the agenda must be published by September 5th. Should the alterations be minor then there will not be a public consultation but I will ensure the Parish is kept informed and provide as much time as is possible to allow for responses and comments. If the revisions constitute a significant change then the application will be treated as a new submission and a full consultation process will be undertaken.

The issues raised at the meeting were many and varied but can be summed up as follows. The primary concern was that of an overbearing nature as well as overshadowing surrounding properties and the inappropriate design considering the proximity of the conservation area. This was expanded upon by highlighting conflict with the Conservation Officers report and the comments about street scene and the impact on visual amenity. Comparisons with the proposed scheme and similar developments in areas such as Pocklington, Willerby and Beverley illustrated how out of character this proposal would be in a rural village; and the hugely detrimental impact on residential amenity this would have if passed. The loss of habitat as well as traffic and parking concerns were also significant issues raised by speakers and committee members alike.

I would like thank you all for your contributions and to urge you to continue as this has played a significant role in halting development so far. Should you have any points you wish to raise please contact either your local Ward or Parish Councillors and we will endeavour to keep the community informed and updated as events unfold.

 

Richard Meredith

councillor.meredith@eastriding.gov.uk

 

 

Bellway Homes – Ward Councillor information

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Following Thursday’s Planning Meeting in which I, long with Cllr. Meredith and South Cave resident, addressed the Committee with our individual presentations I just thought I would give you an update.

 

I am pleased to say that our presentations lead to the vast majority of Councillors voting to refer the plan back for re consultation with Officers and Bellway. There was some confusion as to whether a revised plan would actually come back to Committee for scrutiny. However late Friday afternoon I have received confirmation from Head of Planning Mr. Hunt that the revised plan will be brought back to full Committee, so we will, as hoped, have a second opportunity to try to get it turned down if the changes still don’t meet enough of residents concerns.

 

I have also sent Mr. Hunt a copy of the key issues of my presentation before talks begin between the Planning Department and Bellway. The majority of these I feel are ‘Material Considerations’, of which will hopefully carry more weight in these matters:

 

  1. General over development of the site, which will not be in keeping with the much less dense neighbouring homes and The Stray estate. Residents would prefer to go back to the 115 homes plan and increase the open space back to the original 9,527m2.

 

  1. Because of the density  many of the  ‘Affordable homes’ are allocated with just one parking space with zero on street parking. Again an overall reduction in houses is needed….. or we could be creating undesirable properties for future generations.
  1. Street scene of the Eastern side of Little Wold Lane will be compromised by the plan to build 8 houses in the gap between the existing row of 8 bungalows. Should bungalows be considered here to match?   The amended plan now has 4 bungalows to address the residents in Middle Garth Drive, who back onto the site, so why not have bungalows along Little Wold Lane?
  1. Site access: Residents who live in this area know the blind T junction at Little Wold Lane onto Beverley Road is hazardous. Not just with cars but large Stoneledge tippers running to and from their quarry at Riplingham.
  2. Increased traffic as a result of the new site is felt unacceptable, without safety improvements to the junction like Traffic Lights, mini roundabout or change of priority perhaps? …Also has any traffic surveys been done for Beverley Rd to the Market Place junction where there already is peak time congestion?
  1. Destruction of the ancient central hedgerow has been highlighted by many residents is being allowed as the Council claim it is not protected. In current times residents feel greater consideration should be given to wildlife in these matters. Should this be made a condition to retain the hedgerow.
  1. Drainage and flooding. Whilst many are concerned about this…. We still await comments from the Lead Local Flood Authority. Concern here is that the driveways of 6 houses are going to be built over the drain in a culvert which may restrict the existing waterway and cause flooding.

 

  1. It has been suggested by some residents that if plan can’t refer back to having the access via Market Place then could  50% of the site be accessed by Market Place and 50% via Little Wold Lane be considered?
  1. The house designs are unimaginative and seem ‘run or the mill’ and are certainly not in keeping with the surrounding properties in this part of the Village.
  1. Finally …One other request is to consider residents of the Stray to have pedestrian and cycle access to Market Place through the Bellway site to help reduce the need to use a car to go to and from the shops and restaurants.A number of other points and details were covered in Mr. Meredith and Residents presentations and I am sure they will send you a copy of theirs on request.

 

Anyway lets see what kind of amended we get back.

 

No sure when this will be but the next EYRC Planning Meeting is on 12th September. If it comes up at this one I will actually be on holiday that week but I guess we could get prior notice to the plan well before this date so I can prepare a case for a colleague or  officer to read it our on my behalf.

 

Do let me know if you have any further questions.

 

In the meantime please feel free to circulate this news with any Councillors or residents, as I don’t have everyone’s email addresses.

 

Kindest Regards,

 

Cllr. Terry Gill.

Independent for Dale Ward

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

 

Home address: 74, Spindlewood, Elloughton,

HU15 1LL. Tel: 01482 666924

Email: cllr@terrygill.co.uk

Conclusion of External Audit Year Ending March 2019

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Conclusion notice

HU0221 S3 (2) HU0221 AGAR

Road Closure

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ERYC plan to start the works at the beginning of September and closure shouldn’t be longer than 11-12 days to repair the Bridge at Common Road. Therefore the road will be closed and a diversion in place during the period…

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Bellway Homes Letter

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Ward Councillors 2019

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Highlighted in Red are the Planning Committee Members

Emails:

planning@eastriding.gov.uk (planning@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

beverley.dc@eastriding.gov.uk (beverley.dc@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

cllr@terrygill.co.uk (cllr@terrygill.co.uk)

 

chad6161@gmail.com (chad6161@gmail.com)

 

annehandley30@gmail.com (annehandley30@gmail.com)

 

councillor.meredith@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.meredith@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

pat@smith36.karoo.co.uk (pat@smith36.karoo.co.uk)

 

philnliz@philnliz.karoo.co.uk (philnliz@philnliz.karoo.co.uk)

 

councillor.lee@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.lee@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

councillor.sargeantson@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.sargeantson@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

councillor.nigel.wilkinson@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.nigel.wilkinson@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

councillor.tucker@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.tucker@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

councillor.steel@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.steel@eastriding.gov.uk)

 

whittlejohn06@gmail.com (whittlejohn06@gmail.com)

 

davidrudd@btopenworld.com (davidrudd@btopenworld.com)

 

cllr@mathieson1.karoo.co.uk (cllr@mathieson1.karoo.co.uk)

 

councillor.mcmaster@eastriding.gov.uk (councillor.mcmaster@eastriding.gov.uk)

19/01107/STREM

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19/01107/STREM

19/01107/STREM | Erection of 135 dwellings with associated access, parking and infrastructure following application 15/02649/STPLF (hybrid with approved outline permission, all matters to be considered) (Amended layout plan and increase in number of dwellings from 129 to 135) | Land South And East Of Old Priory 8 Station Road South Cave East Riding Of Yorkshire HU15 2AA

RESPONSES TO THE APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL PLEASE VISIT https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/  ENTERING REFERENCE 19/01107/STREM

ANY QUERIES RELATING TO THE APPLICATION SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO:

James Chatfield
Principal Development Management Officer – Strategic Planning
Tel
:   (01482) 393840
Web:
 www.eastriding.gov.uk

 

Please copy in the Planning committee members, contact details can be obtained from: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/committees/planning-committees/planning-committee/

Ward Councillors details are available at: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/councillors-and-members-of-parliament/councillor-finder/

Please ensure your submission to the application is copies into the Parish Council, Planning Committee, Ward Councillors and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Planning portal (all links detailed above)

NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN

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South Cave Parish Council

 NOTICE OF PUBLIC RIGHTS AND PUBLICATION OF UNAUDITED ANNUAL GOVERNANCE & ACCOUNTABILITY RETURN

 

ACCOUNTS FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2019

 

Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 Sections 26 and 27

The Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 (SI 2015/234)

NOTICE
 

 

1. Date of announcement Monday 3rd June 2019(a)

2. Each year the smaller authority’s Annual Governance and Accountability Return (AGAR) needs to be reviewed by an external auditor appointed by Smaller Authorities’ Audit Appointments Ltd. The unaudited AGAR has been published with this notice. As it has yet to be reviewed by the appointed auditor, it is subject to change as a result of that review.

Any person interested has the right to inspect and make copies of the accounting records for the financial year to which the audit relates and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers, receipts and other documents relating to those records must be made available for inspection by any person interested. For the year ended 31 March 2019, these documents will be available on reasonable notice by application to:

 

(b)   Lyndsey Fielding – Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer

The Town Hall, 42 Market Place, South Cave, HU15 2AT

01430 421044

Clerk@southcvaepc.gov.uk

 

commencing on (c) __Monday 17 June 2019 _______________________

 

 

and ending on (d) ___Friday 26 July 2019 ________________________

 

3. Local government electors and their representatives also have:

 

·         The opportunity to question the appointed auditor about the accounting records; and

·         The right to make an objection which concerns a matter in respect of which the appointed auditor could either make a public interest report or apply to the court for a declaration that an item of account is unlawful. Written notice of an objection must first be given to the auditor and a copy sent to the smaller authority.

 

The appointed auditor can be contacted at the address in paragraph 4 below for this purpose between the above dates only.

 

4. The smaller authority’s AGAR is subject to review by the appointed auditor under the provisions of the Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014, the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015 and the NAO’s Code of Audit Practice 2015. The appointed auditor is:

 

PKF Littlejohn LLP (Ref: SBA Team)

1 Westferry Circus

Canary Wharf

London E14 4HD

(sba@pkf-littlejohn.com)

 

5. This announcement is made by (e): Lyndsey Fielding – Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer, South Cave Parish Council

 

 

Road Traffic Regulation – Notice

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Road Traffic Order 

THE EAST RIDING OF YORKSHIRE COUNCIL

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 SECTION 14 (1)

TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF THROUGH TRAFFIC

A1034 Brough Road (part of) and A63 westbound on-slip road,

Notice is hereby given that The East Riding of Yorkshire Council intends not less than seven days from the date of this

notice to make an Order, the effect of which will be to prohibit any vehicle from proceeding along A1034 Brough Road

/South Cave roundabout and the A63 westbound on slip road between commencing 5th August 2019 to allow

carriageway resurfacing works to take place

 

Safe & Sound Grant

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Alert

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My Community Alert

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If you haven’t done so already please sign up and share this information with your neighbours.
Get all the latest information about your area
Do you want to find out what is happening in your local area?
We’ve launched a new community alert system that enables residents, businesses and community groups to find out about what is happening in their local area.
The new system, called My Community Alert, allows you to register to receive real time messages about incidents happening in your neighbourhood that may affect you or your family.
Choose how you would like to receive messages – by text, voicemail or email – how often you would like to receive alerts and about the issues that matter to you, from collisions and road closures to missing people.
Find out more by visiting www.mycommunityalert.co.uk and watch a short video and to sign up to start receiving alerts now

Home Security Items

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Help keep your property secure:

Home Security Items

Patio Lock

Snap Locks

Sash Jammers

Sneak-In door alarms

Window locks

Window Alarms

Door Chains

Door Viewers

Door Alarms

Door Lock 5 Lever

Door Chime Intercom

Birmingham Bar

London Bar

Security Light

 

Walking Netball

January 3rd, 2019 Posted by Local News 0 thoughts on “Walking Netball”

Need to feel fitter? How about Walking Netball?

The idea started in Hull as a fun way to encourage ladies to keep fit, and now WI and Netball England are starting groups everywhere.

 

You don’t have to have played before, and groups adapt activities around players abilities and disabilities. The important thing is having fun while you exercise.

 

Not sure? Come and have a look, we meet at South Cave Sports Centre 11 – 12 on Tuesday mornings.

Stay Safe

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WHERE WE ARE
The Town Hall
40-42 Market Place
South Cave
East Yorkshire
HU15 2AT
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OPENING TIMES
Monday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Friday: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED
 GET IN TOUCH
Clerk: Mrs Lyndsey Fielding
Mob: 07495 638552
Tel: 01430 421044
Email: clerk@southcavepc.gov.uk

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