With shorter days, the reliability of street lighting will once again become a priority. No doubt local Councillors will be undertaking a sweep of their wards checking for faults. Residents also may want to report issues. Generally faulty bulbs are replaced quickly if reported via the Councils “on line” site https://www.york.gov.uk/reportproblems (click)
Below are the latest planning applications received by the York Council for the Westfield ward.
Full details can be found by clicking the application reference
14 Redcoat Way York YO24 3NG
Two storey side extension and single storey front extension.
Ref. No: 19/01305/FUL
Co-operative Retail Services Ltd 6 Beagle Ridge Drive York YO24 3JQ
Display of 1 no. internally halo illuminated fascia sign to the west elevation , 1 no. internally halo illuminated logo sign to the north elevation, 4 no. non-illuminated banner display units to the north elevation , and other associated signage.
Ref. No: 19/01286/ADV
244 Hamilton Drive West York YO24 4PJ
Single storey side and rear extensions, hip to gable roof extension and dormer to rear
Ref. No: 19/01266/FUL
59 Westfield Place Acomb York YO24 3HL
Condition 1 of 18/01501/FUL (as approved on appeal) requiring details of the proposed screen to balcony.
Ref. No: AOD/19/00214
155A Gale Lane York YO24 3AG
Change of use of first floor apartment (Use Class C3) to House in Multiple Occupation for up to 5 occupants (Use Class C4)
NB. The proposal is to accommodate 5 individuals in rooms above the existing shop. No new allocated parking space is proposed
Ref. No: 19/01135/FUL
Representations can be made in favour of, or in objection to, any application via the Planning on line web site. http://planningaccess.york.gov.uk/online-applications/
NB. The Council now no longer routinely consults neighbours by letter when an application is received
Foxwood Residents Association officials are visiting the Coop shop on Beagle Ridge Drive this morning. They will be encouraging shoppers to nominate Foxwood as a beneficiary of a grants scheme set up by the Coop. The local residents Association gets a grant equal to 1% of the shopping bill of any participating member. This is a unique a “no cost” opportunity to help the local community.
A joint project by local traders and the Foxwood Residents Association has brought some spring colour to the shops on Beagle Ridge Drive.
Tubs were sponsored last year and now daffodils are adding some colour to the area.
The tubs – together with those in other parts of the neighbourhood – will be replanted in early summer.