Who is the leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council?
Councillor Jonathan Owen
Councillor Jonathan Owen elected leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Councillor Jonathan Owen has been appointed as the new leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Who can speak at planning committee?
Who can speak on a planning application? Planning meetings are open to the public but only those that have registered to speak prior to the meeting may address the committee. Only one person can speak in objection and one in support. The first person to register in each category will have the right to speak.
What is the duty of a planning committee?
The committee members’ role is to consider all the planning issues and merits of each application put forward in the report and then make a decision. The members cannot consider any other issues other than planning issues.
What local authority is Bridlington?
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Services.
Is East Riding Council conservative?
As can be seen from the table below, the Conservative Group holds political control at East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
How does a planning committee work?
Planning committee meetings are public meetings where elected councillors assemble to decide whether planning applications should be approved or rejected and whether approved applications should have planning conditions or planning obligations attached to them.
Is East riding a county?
East Riding of Yorkshire, also called North Humberside and East Yorkshire, unitary authority and geographic county, historic county of Yorkshire, northeastern England. It extends from the Yorkshire Wolds in the north to the River Humber in the south and from the North Sea in the east to the River Derwent in the west.
What are the committees of East Riding of Yorkshire?
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has a number of committees which make decisions. The main decision-making committee of the council is the Cabinet. In addition, there are a number of ‘non-executive’ and regulatory committees and sub-committees which deal with issues including planning, appeals, pensions and licensing.
Where can I get East Riding of Yorkshire code of conduct?
Town and parish councils have the option to adopt East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s code of conduct. Some town and parish councils have chosen to do this, some have chosen to adopt their own code. Copies of your town or parish council’s code of conduct can be obtained by contacting the clerk to the town or parish council.
What is the role of the Pensions Committee?
The pensions committee advises the council on arrangements for dealing with the Pension Fund in conjunction with other bodies who contribute to the Fund. The council has one committee and two sub-committees whose role is to determine planning applications under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and related legislation.
What are the duties of the planning committee?
The Planning Committee also determines applications under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 and related legislation in relation to the following: planning applications for mineral extraction or waste disposal unless in respect of small-scale works which are ancillary to an existing mineral working or waste disposal facility;