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Agenda and minutes

Venue: York Pullman Bus - The ward committee will come to you at various locations

Contact: Matthew Ward 

Items
No. Item

1.

Heworth Ward Committee - The meeting will come to you

Heworth Ward Committee give you the chance to raise concerns and give real examples as we travel round the ward.

Your Ward Councillors, Safer Neighbourhood Team, Street Environment Officer, Waste Strategy Officer, Waste Strategy Officers and Neighbourhood Management Team will be onboard the York Pullman bus as we travel around the ward.

Join us outside the locations below to Have Your Say.

2.

Stop 1 - 5:30pm to 5:45pm - Tanghall Community Centre

Minutes:

2. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

2.1       No residents attended at this location.

3.

Stop 2 - 5:55pm to 6:10pm - Burnholme Community Centre

Minutes:

3. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

3.1 Twelve residents attended at this location.

3.2 Residents had the opportunity to take part in the Neighbourhood Action Plan and One City consultation.

3.3 Residents had the opportunity to raise question about the public rights of way in the way.

3.3 Issues raised included

·Jobs in York should be given to people who live in York

4.

Stop 3 - 6:20pm to 6:35pm - The Walnut Tree, Heworth Village

Minutes:

4. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

4.1 Eight residents attended at this location.

4.2 Issues raised included.

·The streets could be cleaner.

·More provision of buses is required, the removal of the no.13 bus to Monks Cross will have a huge impact.

·Parking on Heworth Village is problematic as the road isn’t wide enough for buses when cars are parked on the road.

·Cleaner streets are more important than safer as there is a safe feeling in the area.

·Younger people seem to have ‘nothing to do’ and hang around on streets.

·Grafitti in the area, although low needs addressing before it gets out of hand.

·The ambitions for the ward are all priorities although cleaner and safer streets should be two different ambitions.

·Your Ward newsletters were left in the lobby of Field Court not posted through individual letterboxes.

·More priority has to be given to older people in York.

5.

Stop 4 - 6:45pm to 7:00pm - 68 Centre

Minutes:

5. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

5.1 Fourteen residents attended at this location.

5.2 Issues raised were

·The new play ground was great for young people.

·More events are needed for a broad range of age groups.

·More facilities for teenagers are needed.

·It is a friendly place to live.

·More care for the environment is needed.

·Outdoor summer events are needed.

6.

Stop 5 - 7:10pm to 7:25pm - Bell Farm, Bull Ring

Minutes:

6. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

6.1 Fourteen Residents attended at this location.

6.2 Issues raised included

·The removal of the no.13 bus to Monks Cross.

·A building for the Addy.

·Turn the Bull Ring into parking bays to stop vehicles parking on the roads causing obstructions.

·A park for dogs so the kids play areas aren’t used for dog walking.

·Reinstatement of the skips for Bell Farm.

·A grit bin  is needed for Bell Farm Avenue.

·Better bus service is required.

·More work needs to be done to reduce vandalism.

·More play areas for all ages.

·Work is needed to stop people drinking and taking drugs.

·A play area is needed for football, to stop children playing in the street and damaging cars.

·More planting of flowers is needed to brighten up the area.

 

6.3 Residents were signing a petition regarding the removal of the no.13 bus service to Monks Cross. This is seen as an important route service to the residents of Bell Farm and for many it is there only method of transport to enable them to do their food shopping. The petition was signed by many residents.

7.

Stop 6 - 7:35pm to 7:50pm - Eboracum Way

Minutes:

7. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Angus Young Street Environment Officer, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy Officer and Joanne Coote Public Rights of Way Definitive Maps Officer were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

7.1 No residents attend at this location

8.

Stop 7 - 8:00pm to 8:20pm - Glen Gardens

Minutes:

8. Ward Councillors Ruth Potter and Tina Funnell, Matthew Ward and Kristina Davey Neighbourhood Management, Adam Bailey Waste Strategy and PC Andrew Thompson and PC Michael Broken were available for residents to raise issues and concerns.

 

8.1 Four residents attended at this location

8.2 Issues raised included

·Planting of food in public places, especially in unused areas

·More priority should be given to working together with local people to improve the environment and make the most of the natural places in the ward.

 

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