As part of his fair deal for new estates campaign Andrew Jones met with Matt Oldfield, Regional Managing Director for North Yorkshire Avant Homes.
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Action plan to hit ‘Jet Zero’ by 2050 published.
Ministers and aviation chiefs have put forward a plan for the next two years to reach Jet Zero, a carbon-neutral aviation sector, by 2050.
Fair deal for new estates campaign: Hay-a-Park progress.
As part of his fair deal for new estates campaign Andrew Jones met with the regional leadership of Barratt Homes earlier this month.
New microchipping rules to help trace lost cats.
Losing a family pet is always difficult which is why we see so often homemade posters asking people to keep their eyes open for lost animals.
Local MP welcomes £6.5 million to fix potholes in North Yorkshire.
Harrogate and Knaresborough MP, Andrew Jones, has welcomed £6,581,600 from the Government to fix 131,632 potholes across North Yorkshire.
Local unemployment figures remain low.
The latest unemployment figures for the Harrogate and Knaresborough constituency show that the local unemployment rate has remained broadly static over the last month.
Coronation celebration plans announced.
There will be lots to see and do at big events in Harrogate and Knaresborough on the Coronation Bank Holiday weekend.
Police force hails ‘lowest number of complaints of any police force’.
Following the announcement that in 2021-2022 North Yorkshire had the lowest number of serious complaints submitted to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) Commissioner Zoë sheds some light on how her office manage complaints and ensure the public have confidence in their police force.
‘Infrastructure policy certainty yields better delivery, better value, and quicker timescales’.
All-Party Parliamentary Group on Infrastructure chair Andrew Jones reflects on a “highly engaged” parliamentary discussion on infrastructure delivery in the UK.
Local MP welcomes investment from Rural England Prosperity Fund.
Harrogate and Knaresborough MP, Andrew Jones, has welcomed news that North Yorkshire will benefit from £5,417,114 in new funding from the Government to support local businesses and create jobs to grow the rural economy.