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Chloe Laversuch
Local Democracy Reporter for York - email me chloe.laversuch@nqyne.co.uk or call me on 01904 567135
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Chloe Laversuch 14h
Not a bad view on my walk home from a housing & community safety meeting at York Council 😎
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George Dodd Jul 18
You can have your say on this in September
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
Replying to @ChloeLaversuch
The meeting heard the council considered opening a new secondary school in the city - but that the numbers of pupils would be too low and it would not be value for money
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
Replying to @ChloeLaversuch
York will need 400 extra secondary school places over the next 5 years, councillors were told
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
£10.4m will be spent on expanding Fulford School and Archbishop Holgate’s CE academy to help provide extra school places in York
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
The head teacher of Fulford School has told councillors at an executive meeting that the school faces an increasing demand for places - and needs more funding to expand
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
Replying to @Dodd_George
Hero 🦸‍♂️ thanks George
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 18
It's a beautiful morning for a North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Panel meeting here at York Council 😅
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 17
Draft masterplan for Bootham Park Hospital has been published by York Council
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 17
I’m at the first full council meeting of the new Lib Dem/Green administration
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 15
Replying to @PopworldYork
Well that song is going to be stuck in my head all day now 🎵😂
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 15
It was a bit tricky getting into work ⁦⁩ on Walmgate this morning - thanks so much to our kind neighbours ⁦⁩ for putting us up when we were evacuated from the office 👏🏻
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BBC Yorkshire Jul 12
Attenborough-opposed Askham Bog homes plan is rejected
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
'Delight' as plans for up to 516 homes on land near Askham Bog have been refused by planning committee
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
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The planning application for up to 516 homes on Askham Bog has been REFUSED unanimously by councillors
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
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He adds: “I recognise the concerns about the bog. We clearly have a difference of opinion on the impact on the bog. Our technical studies have been peer reviewed and are robust. We dispute that there’s any risk to the bog.”
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
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But Gary Halman, agent for the developer, told the meeting York has a “housing crisis” and that “most people applying for affordable social housing will need to wait more than 3 years”
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
Replying to @ChloeLaversuch
Cllr Stephen Fenton says: “The proposed development will have a significant impact on the outer ring road, on Tadcaster Road and the junctions with the A64. Throwing more traffic into this system will make a bad situation worse.”
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
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Philip Crowe from Treemendous York tells the meeting: “There’s a viable alternative use for the site. Our suggestion is to promote the site as York’s first major contribution to the Northern Forest project.”
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Chloe Laversuch Jul 11
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Prof Fitter from the University of York says: “This site is exceptional. It’s one of the gems of the UK wildlife scene. It’s survived for 15,000 years - I would urge you not to take any risks with it.”
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