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Julian Sturdy

Member of Parliament for York Outer

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£34 million flood defence investment for York

£34 million flood defence investment for York

Julian has welcomed yesterday’s confirmation by the Environment Secretary of funding to support the ongoing upgrade of the city’s flood defences. The government’s flood and coastal erosion investment plan for 2021-27 will invest £5.2 billion in flood protection nationwide, with over £860 million being spent in 2021-22 on defence schemes overseen by the Environment Agency.

York Press column – Self-isolation rules must not derail York’s recovery

While the lifting of restrictions on social interaction from 19th July has meant York...

Julian Reacts to Local Government Reorganisation Decision

Following the decision by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to recommend...

Hempland Primary School benefits from School Rebuilding Programme

Thousands more pupils are set to benefit from new, modern, energy efficient school buildings...

Lockdown Exit Roadmap

February 23, 2021

March 8:

  • All schools to reopen.
  • All school sport back, alongside breakfast and aftershool clubs to help parents return to work.
  • Meet one other person outside for a cup of coffee or picnic, not just for exercise

March 29:

  • Six people or two households can meet outside.
  • Outdoor sport allowed again.

April 12:

  • Non-essential retail to reopen
  • Hairdressers and barbers to reopen
  • Pubs, restaurants and cafes to open for outdoor service with no curfew or substantial meal rule
  • Gyms & swimming to reopen
  • Funerals allowed with up to 30 people
  • Weddings allowed for up to 15 guests
  • Zoos and Theme Parks to reopen

May 17:

  • Hotels to reopen
  • Pubs, restaurants and cafes to reopen for indoor service
  • Up to 10,000 fans at sporting events
  • Groups of six or two households can meet indoors
  • Weddings and wakes allowed up to 30 people

June 21:

  • All restrictions to end
  • Nightclubs to reopen
  • No limits on weddings or funerals