Dogger Bank South Community Newsletter
You can register to recieve newsletters and updates for electronic or postal projects by emailing your details to email@example.com or by calling 0800 254 5459
Newsletters can also can be viewed and downloaded from the Dogger Bank South website https://doggerbanksouth.co.uk/latest-news/#newsletters There is also an interactive map on the website where visitors are able to enter their postcode and it will show where proposed onshore works are located nearby. The entire onshore cable route along with the proposed landfall zones and substation zones can be viewed on a map at. https://consultationmap.doggerbanksouth.co.uk
Flooding Information Required for Investigation
East Riding of Yorkshire Council are asking for any information on flooding that took place between September and November 2023 for their investigation. If you have any photos, videos, descriptions or diagrams about flooding of internal property, external property or highways please forward it to:
Sam Barnes Senior Engineer - Flood and Coastal Risk Management (01482) 395404 FloodRM@eastriding.gov.uk
How to do it for East Yorkshire
A new website has been launched to help community groups easily access information and resources that can help them deliver community activity and develop their organisations, it is a a one-stop shop to make it easier for existing and developing voluntary community groups to access advice and support. For more information, visit howtodoitforeastyorkshire.org or email the Local Growth Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Memorial Tree Planted
The Parish Council has planted a memoral tree in the grounds of St Leonard's Church in remembrance of the late Queen Elizabeth II
Climate Change Strategy 2022 - 2023
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has launched its Climate Change Strategy 2022-2030, establishing a strategic vision and setting priorities for rapid decarbonisation and building climate resilience in East Riding.
To view the full Climate Change Strategy in full, please visit: https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/environment/sustainable-environment/climate-change/climate-change-what-we-do
Fracking is one of the biggest concerns in our area. Please click on the links below to learn about what could be happening in the village you live in.
Safe and Sound Grant
A grant has been set up to provide home security support for residents who have limited funds to stay safe in their own homes. Residents can apply of they are disabled and/or over 60 and are renting in either the private sector or from a Housing Association. http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/living/crime-and-community-safety/preventing-crime/
Community Transport Groups and Voluntary Car Scheme providers across East Riding are currently seeking volunteers to assist with delivering vital transport services which enable residents to access local hospitals, doctors surgeries, dentists and shopping amenities.
Beeford have been given the opportunity to join many other towns/villages to join the Keep Britain Tidy Campaign. The Dog Fouling campaign was launched Autumn 2017 and it is aimed at dog walkers who don't scoop the poop.
We're-watching-you-campaign.pdf- about the campaign