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Annual Town Meeting agenda - 22 April 2024.pdf

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The planning application for the proposed development of 800 houses to the north of Haxby has been revised. The deadline to submit any comments to City of York Council is 24 April 2024. For further details, please click on the following document: Outline planning application for 800 houses in Haxby - 25 March 2024.pdf

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Due to the wet conditions, Pullen’s funfair will be at the Ethel Ward site a week later than planned. They will be open from 18 to 21 April 2024. Please note that the car park at the site will not be in use from 14 April 2024 so that the funfair can set up.

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To view the details of the planning application for the new railway station, click on the following link to City of York Council’s website: Simple Search (york.gov.uk) And enter the reference - 24/00325/FULM If you wish to comment on the planning application, you can send an email to planning.comments@york.gov.uk

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Haxby Town Council is considering either taking part in ‘Yorkshire in Bloom’ in 2025 or supporting a local group to take part. If you are interested in volunteering to help with this, please contact the town clerk – clerk@haxbytowncouncil.gov.uk

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To view the details of the proposed housing development to the north of Haxby, click on the following link…. Simple Search (york.gov.uk) …..and enter the reference 23/00160/OUTM

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Haxby Town Council is considering replacing some of the equipment in the children’s play areas at the Ethel Ward and Mancroft sites. Therefore, the council would like to know residents’ view on the preferred type(s) of play equipment, e.g. swings, slides, climbing frames etc. The council is particularly keen to procure play equipment which is accessible for all children, i.e. including those who are less able. If you wish to take part in the consultation, please send your c...
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PRECEPT 2024-25 Haxby Town Council has taken the difficult decision to increase the precept for 2024-25. The increase per household is 4.99%. For the average ‘band D’ property, this will mean an increase of £2.24 per year or just over 4p per week. The primary reason for the increase is because the council intends to repair, refurbish, improve or replace various items of local infrastructure such as: The children’s play equipment at Ethel Ward playing field...
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IDAS Safe Havens Hosts Jan24.pdf

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Haxby Carnival 2024 Preparations have begun for this year’s carnival which will be held on Saturday 13 July 2024 at Ethel Ward playing field. Please pop the date in your diary.

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Earlier this year Haxby Town Council submitted the following objections to City of York Council.   Re: Application 23/00160/OUTM – Land to the South of Rose Cottage Farm and the Lodge, Moor Lane, Haxby. Outline application with all matters reserved except for access for circa 800 dwellings, provision of open space, flood storage measures, landscaping and associated infrastructure. Haxby Town Council objects to the proposal for the reasons outlined below: Inappr...
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Parking on the village green – please don’t do it The town council regularly receives complaints from residents regarding vehicles which are parked on grass and/or pavements on the village green. Therefore, please be considerate of others and don’t park your car/van on the green (from the York Road roundabout to North Lane).   Thank you, Haxby Town Council

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Haxby Town Council jointly operates Haxby and Wigginton Cemetery with Wigginton Parish Council. A joint cemetery committee of councillors from both councils oversees the cemetery’s operation.  Haxby Town Council has resolved to issue a public apology regarding the recent ‘topple testing’ of headstones as it fully appreciates the sensitive nature of this matter.  The cemetery committee has a statutory duty to ensure the cemetery is safe for visitors and as such ...
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