More on speeding

Following our article last week, the City of York Council has updated the report form links on its speeding problems web page

The Council has also explained why it no longer lists the results of speed checks undertaken in the York area. Apparently residents must now look though the data for the whole of North Yorkshire to find the detail that they need. 

The spreadsheet can be downloaded by clicking here 

The York area roads, on which data has been collected over the last 2 years, include:

York Streets where vehicle speeds have been checked 2014 – 2017

Unemployment levels stable in York

Latest figures released by the ONS confirm that employment levels in York continue to be stable.

There were 945 claimants in January 0.7% of the population. Of these,  630 were men and 320 women.

The number of claimants dropped by 55 compared to January 2016.

The count includes 574 who are claiming job seekers allowance.

Nationally the UK has an employment rate of 73.7%. This compares to an EU average of 67.1%.

York job centre has around 5000 vacancies listed.