With the Council continuing to face significant financial challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic, the council has submitted its submission to the Chancellor’s Comprehensive Spending Review.
Below is a response from the council to a video which has been shared on social media from last night (Saturday 26 September)
Senior councillors will look at plans to press ahead with a bold transformation of one of York’s most significant city centre areas at the council’s Executive meeting next Thursday (1 October)
Works to stabilise part of the York’s historic walls at Tower Two will be undertaken by City of York Council’s ancient monuments team in collaboration with York Archaeological Trust, from 7 October.
Residents have until 25 September to share their views on the potential benefits and opportunities devolution could offer York’s future long term economic prosperity.
City of York Council is inviting disabled and less mobile people across York to an online workshop on 23 September.
As numbers of confirmed Coronavirus cases increase locally and nationally, City of York Council is encouraging residents and businesses to continue their work in keeping each other safe.
Plans to create a new City Skills and Employment Board to support residents and businesses in York to manage the economic impact of Coronavirus, will be considered later this month (22 September).
City of York Council’s executive member for the economy, Cllr Andrew Waller is set to receive an update on how York’s economy has fared since the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic.
Partners across York have joined forces to launch a campaign to reassure residents that safety measures have been put in place across the city.