The fight against the pole-planting companies – the unregulated network providers who don’t actually deliver broadband to anyone – is going national.
THE PROPOSALS by MS3 Networks to install telegraph-style utility poles across Hedon and Preston South has stirred up opposition…
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The introduction of School Streets is aimed at encouraging a move towards sustainable and active modes of travel, making it easier and safer for families and pupils to walk, cycle or scooter to school, as well as creating a more pleasant area outside the entrance.
The council is also exploring options to bring people together across the East Riding to discuss recommendations for future climate strategy action. This is with the aim of enabling regular two-way dialogue and the sharing of ideas with and across local community representatives.
Parliamentary constituencies boundaries review – now proposed that South West Holderness REMAINS in a Beverley and Holderness County Constituency
Bye, bye Facebook! I will look at using alternatives to the social-network; alternatives that don’t try to simply ape it, but look at being more ethical.
Should Hedon’s traditional Christmas Lights switch on go ahead? This was the question posed starkly at last night’s Hedon Town Council meeting. The final decision will be made next Thursday.
THE RESPONSE from Hedon Town Council to proposed parliamentary constituency boundary changes has been agreed. With the perceived ‘expansion plans’ of Hull bringing ‘industry right up to Hedon’s boundaries’ the council has registered its complete opposition to South West Holderness being taken into the Hull East constituency.