Here you will find all the latest notices relating to a wide range of topics. Click the links below to view the actual documents online.
Draft Selby Local Plan 2024
Draft Selby Local Plan for consultation March - April 2024
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Northern Powergrid update Jan 2024
Response from Northern Powergrid attached regarding the frequent power cuts in the village.
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North Yorkshire Access Forum
North Yorkshire Council are currently recruiting new members to join the North Yorkshire Local Access Forum.

The North Yorkshire Local Access Forum brings together representatives of land managers, users and other relevant areas of interest to shape the future of footpaths, bridleways, byways, open access land and other green spaces within North Yorkshire, outside the boundaries of the National Parks.

It is an independent body that advises North Yorkshire Council, and other bodies, on how people can make the most of opportunities for enjoying the great outdoors.

Attached is an information poster giving further information on the work of the Local Access Forum. The closing date for applications is Friday 4 August at 5pm.

Please request an application pack by contacting
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Garden Waste Changes August 2023
North Yorkshire Council’s Executive has recommended the introduction of a subscription service for garden waste in the Selby area, starting from 28 August 2023. This step will bring the Selby service into line with paid for garden waste collection services in all other areas of North Yorkshire. Subscriptions will open week commencing 10 July with the first paid for collections starting week commencing 28 August. From this date residents will need to display a valid licence to continue having their garden waste collected from the kerbside. The cost is £29 per licence which covers collections up to 1 March 2024. There are no collections from Tuesday 19 December 2023 to Friday 12 January 2024 so crews can focus on collecting the extra waste presented over the Christmas period. As usual Christmas trees will be collected from subscribed addresses in January 2024. Each licence sticker is unique to the property it is registered to so can’t be used elsewhere. Bins without a licence will not be emptied if they do not display a valid licence. The licence sticker should be attached to the rear of the bin between the handles. Information packs will be delivered to every home in the Selby district over a three week period from the start of July. This will set out how they can sign up to the service. Information about the service will also be available at local libraries. Residents who already pay for a second green garden waste bin have paid £26 for the period from 1 April 2023 to March 2024. To continue to have two bins emptied, the customer will need to pay for a subscription for the ‘first’ bin. We’ve written to these customers directly to explain the arrangements.  Residents can make their own arrangements to share bins with friends or neighbours. One person will need to pay for a licence sticker which is registered at one address and the bin will be collected from one address.  Residents who do not sign up to the service immediately should retain their bin in case they decide to sign up at a later date. Bins can also be reused for storage, composting or as a water butt. Residents who do not want to sign up for the service should either compost their garden waste at home or take it to their local household waste recycling centres. Low-cost compost bins are available from our partner Get Composting. These start from just £12. Visit www.getcomposting or call 0800 316 4454 to find out more. Compost bins are also available to buy from Selby household waste recycling centre. More information about composting at home is available here:    Residents should visit this web page to find out more and sign up for the service:
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Bubwith Bridge Newsletter 23rd June 2023
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Cyber Aware info
Please read this leaflet on being Cyber Safe sent to us by North Yorkshire Police. It is full of useful information and tips.
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Vehicle Activated Sign data
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Annual Report 2020-21
North Duffield Parish Council Annual Report - May 2021
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Get to Know North Duffield
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