Cononley Lane Ends junction
Monday 14th April 2014 7.30pm
Cty Cllr Patrick Mulligan requested that the Parish Councils of Cononley and Farnhill hold a joint public meeting with North Yorkshire County Council to discuss the continuing safety issues at the Lane Ends junction. This part of the road is consistently one of the most dangerous roads in North Yorkshire. The two Parish Councils will be holding the joint meeting next Monday. The NYCC member for Transport, Gareth Dadd and the Area manager for Highways will be in attendance, as will the Police Commissioner, Julia Mulligan. Your support at this meeting would be appreciated.
Can you help?
If you can help the Scarecrow weekend go with a bang, please let Eileen Boothman email@example.com know. We would particularly appreciate donations of cakes, biscuits or home-made soups, materials for scarecrow building, raffle prizes or some time in helping at the weekend
Several residents on Crosshills Road have received correspondence from Craven District Council regarding Planning Application 21/2013/13960 to build 25 houses on the land off Crosshills Road behind Madge Bank, of which 10 would be affordable. The barn would be demolished and a mini roundabout to facilitate exit onto Crosshills Road would be built. The plans and other details regarding the application can be found online at www.planning.cravendc.gov.uk/fastweb . The application details have also been sent to the clerk of Cononley Council where they may be viewed locally if the clerk agrees.
Cononley Parish Council has called an extraordinary meeting at the Institute on Monday 2nd December in order to discuss the Planning application and its consequences for the village.
A few images of the 2013 Gala here.