Restart Grants will be paid into eligible non-essential retail, hospitality, accommodation and leisure business bank accounts next week, following Government rules on fraud checks.
City of York Council has welcomed the announcement from the Prime Minister today, 5 April, that from 12 April the country can move to the next stage of the roadmap and continue to safely reopen.
Residents and visitors are being reassured by enforcement partners that the city centre is gradually re-opening safely with social distancing and covid-safe measures being followed.
City of York Council is making it even easier for residents and workers in the city to get tested.
More litter pickers have volunteered as lockdown starts to lift, and now 520 are helping keep the city clean.
City of York Council has secured planning permission for its first Passivhaus homes.
On Thursday 6 May 2021, residents of York will go to the polls to have their say on who represents the city as the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for York and North Yorkshire.
On Thursday 6 May 2021, residents of York will go to the polls to have its say on who represents the city as the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for York and North Yorkshire.
Businesses, residents and visitors are being asked what they love and what they’d like to change about Acomb’s Front Street.
To mark International Transgender Day of Visibility (31 March), City of York Council will be flying the Trans Pride flag from the Mansion House to celebrate York’s transgender community.