Voluntary organisations providing a service or facilities in the interests of the inhabitants of Norton-on-Derwent and wishing to be considered for grant aid in the year ending 31 March 2022 should apply in writing or email and enclose a copy of the accounts and balance sheet for their last financial year to the address below by Monday 13th September 2021:
It is with sadness that Norton on Derwent Town Council has learned of the death of His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh and we extend heartfelt condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and members of the Royal Family.
Copies of the byelaw are kept at the offices of the Council at The Old Court House, 84B Commercial Street YO17 9ES and will be open to inspection without payment during usual business hours for 28 days from the publication of this notice.
Written representations about the byelaw, including any objections, should be sent to the above postal address or by e-mail to email@example.com by Friday 7th May 2021.
They need Summer planting in a few weeks time but have you noticed the new seats and planters springing up around town? New seats for Beverley Road nr Tesco’s, Howe Hill, Langton Road and Springfield Garth. We have tried to improve the walking and connectivity routes across the town. There is a further seat planned for the Bazley’s Lane vicinity.
Neighbourhood Planning Regulation 14 Public Consultation –
Malton and Norton Neighbourhood Development Plan
In accordance with Neighbourhood Planning Regulation 14, Malton Town Council and Norton-on-Derwent Town Council are undertaking a public consultation and would like to invite comments from organisations and individuals on its Pre-Submission Neighbourhood Development Plan.
The public consultation runs from Friday 12th February until Friday 26th March 2021.
Proposed Malton and Norton Neighbourhood Development Plan
Malton Town Council and Norton-on-Derwent Town Council have produced a Neighbourhood Development Plan which covers the whole of the civil parishes of Malton and Norton-on-Derwent. The plan contains a vision for the parishes along with a set of objectives, planning policies and proposals and community actions to achieve the vision. The planning policies within the plan seek to protect the character and meet the needs of the parishes, with policies guiding new development, notably for highways, the River Derwent corridor, community facilities, tourism and culture, the horse racing industry, housing and employment, as well as protection and enhancement policies relating to the green environment (including Local Green Spaces) and the built environment (including conservation areas).
Following this consultation, the plan will be amended and then submitted to Ryedale District Council (RDC), as required, for a further Regulation 16 consultation and independent examination. The plan, if successful at examination, will then proceed to a local referendum. If the plan receives a majority vote the district council will adopt the plan which will then become part of the statutory development plan – the Local Plan – for Ryedale. Any planning applications submitted within the boundary will be determined in accordance with this plan.
Aim of this consultation
This consultation seeks your views on the content of the proposed Malton and Norton Neighbourhood Development Plan, together with the supporting Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Reports.
Availability of Documents
The plan, map and reports, together with supporting documents and evidence base may be viewed at Malton Town Council and Norton-on-Derwent Town Council websites at:
Post: Malton Town Council, The Wesley Centre, Saville Street, Malton, YO17 7LL
Norton on Derwent Town Council, 84b Commercial Street, Norton, YO17 9ES
The deadline for comments is 5pm onFriday 26th March 2021. The councils cannot accept any late comments.
Should you have any further queries about the Malton and Norton Neighbourhood Development Plan please contact the town councils at emails above or telephone 01653 609888 Malton T.C. and 01653 695348 Norton T.C.
Voluntary organisations providing a service or facilities in the interests of the inhabitants of Norton-on-Derwent and wishing to be considered for grant aid in the year ending 31 March 2021 should apply in writing or email and enclose a copy of the accounts and balance sheet for their last financial year to the address below by Wednesday 9th September 2020:
5 of the ramps at the skate park have been re-opened. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines and use hand sanitiser. A copy of the guidelines is pinned to the fence at the skatepark. Please make yourselves aware of this. Thank you.