Monday 27 March 2023
CONTROVERSIAL plans for a new household waste and recycling centre in Ings Road off Grange Way, Molescroft, will go before East Riding Council’s planning committee this Thursday. So far, 1,917 people have objected to the proposals, along with Beverley Town Council, Molescroft Parish Council and Tickton and Routh Parish Council.
If approved, the new tip will replace the current tip at Weel, which council officers say is too small for future requirements and is also subject to flooding problems. Objectors sight fears of road safety dangers and say the site is unsuitable because it is close to residential properties and a children’s nursery.
A BEVERLEY skincare expert will chair and speak at a spring event for cosmetics industry and skincare professionals in York next month. Dr Katerina Steventon, founder of Independent Skincare Consultancy Ltd and a director of Cosmetics Cluster UK, has organised the event to be held at York University on April 21.
“This event is designed to explore the future direction for understanding the relationship between skincare and mental health and wellbeing and determine pathways for further scientific research and industry collaboration and the creation of new products,” said Dr Steventon.
LIBRARIES in Beverley and Leven have special storytime events as well as other fun events for children this Easter. Full details here