Almost 50 Pannal Ash residents met last night at the Squinting Cat pub to “mobilise” against the hundreds of new houses proposed for Whinney Lane.
Thomas is a writer and journalist who spent several years working in Vietnam and then Cheshire. He was most recently the editor of three national websites specialising in housing, local government and the environment. Thomas grew up in Harrogate and is delighted to be back home, covering the district’s news.
COVID-safe vending machines will be installed at Leeds Bradford Airport for passengers to buy food, drink and PPE, as some cafes remain closed and airlines are not serving food and drink.
The Stray Ferret put a range of questions about schools going back in September in the Harrogate district to Cllr Patrick Mulligan, executive member for schools at North Yorkshire County Council.
Thousands of Harrogate Town supporters lined the streets to cheer on their team during a celebratory open-top bus parade today.
The council says the homes would cost £4.5m in total and be transferred to HBC’s housing company, Bracewell Homes, for social rent or shared ownership.
Residents in Tockwith are worried about an explosives storage facility that will be built in the village. The firm responsible says it follows strict UK safety regulations.
46 homes will be built in Killinghall after the government’s Planning Inspectorate overturned a decision by Harrogate Borough Council to refuse the plans.
Train operator Northern blamed the figure on “significant” engineering work, poor weather and the UCI cycling event.
The opposition Liberal Democrats are again putting pressure on HBC to declare a climate emergency — but would it amount to anything meaningful?
Councillors have refused 149 new homes on Kingsley Road near Harrogate High School because they said it would make already clogged roads in the area even worse.
Harrogate Borough Council has been accused of “steamrollering” through plans to build a 3,000 home settlement at Green Hammerton.