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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for York Outer

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Secretary of State for Transport Visits York

Secretary of State for Transport Visits York

Last week, Julian was delighted to welcome the Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling to York alongside Ed Young, Kevin Hollinrake and Council Leader, David Carr. Since 2010, Julian has made the case for substantial upgrades to the A1237 and further dualling to the A64. During a debate in Parliament in September, Julian described the northern ring

Campaigning Update: Woodthorpe, Bishopthorpe, Rawcliffe, Copmanthorpe and Strensall

Sadly, the weather wasn’t too kind to those delivering leaflets to residents in Woodthorpe...

Julian welcomes manifesto as “a serious plan for Britain’s future”

Julian has welcomed the Conservative manifesto unveiled yesterday in Halifax. Julian said “Theresa May has produced...

Campaigning Update: Dunnington and Haxby & Wigginton

  Early in the day, Julian visited Dunnington and attended a coffee morning in...

The ‘Further Sites’ Proposals

The Further Sites Documentation

To download the ‘Local Plan Further Sites’ document in full, click here.

For the full list of documents, appendices and maps, click here.

Key Proposals

The Key Proposals within the Further Sites document, as Julian sees them, are as follows:

1. Withdrawal of Dunnington and Huntington Traveller Sites and Knapton Showpeople Site.

2. Extension of Elvington Showpeople Site from 1 to 3 pitches and create a new 7 pitch Traveller Site in Elvington, south of Elvington Lane and the Medical Practice.

3. Addition of dedicated greenspace to several sites including Whinthorpe, Clifton Gate, Land to the North of Haxby, Land to the East of Metcalfe Lane and the Land at New Lane, Huntington.

4. Addition of new housing sites north of Stockton Lane, south of Boroughbridge Road, north of Escrick and at Connaught Court, Fulford.

5. Addition of new sites ‘safeguarded’ for long term future development east of Earswick, at Intake Lane, Dunnington, north of Elvington, north of Escrick, at East Field, Wheldrake.

6. Addition of new sites for solar farms at Knapton Moor and on land Northwest of Stockton Hermitage.

7. Addition of site between Askham Bryan water tower and the ring road for a ‘Compressed Natural Gas Station and Freight Consolidation Centre’.