All of the local residents who have lived in Farlington for more than two years may remember that David carried out a survey of the Broadband speeds that were available to telephone users in our immediate area. The results were used to reinforce our arguments for a Fibre link from Stillington (or Sherrif Hutton) to Farlington. The situation has moved on and BT considers that it has fulfilled its commitment to provide HSBB to local rural areas but we do not appear to be receiving the, frequently promised, improved connectivity. Members of the Parish Meeting are attempting to re-energise the work and need current figures to prove that we have no better Broadband than we had 3 or 4 years ago.Continue reading “Broadband for Farlington”
RSN is the national champion for rural services, ensuring that people in rural areas have a strong voice. We are fighting for a fair deal for rural communities to maintain their social and economic viability for the benefit of the nation as a whole.Continue reading “Rural Services Network”
At the meeting of Cabinet on 6 November 2018 a revised Local Development Scheme (LDS) was approved. The LDS contains the timetable for production of the Hambleton Local Plan.
North Yorkshire County Council has given a warm welcome to the announcement that its bid for funding for superfast broadband was successful and that it is to receive £11.15million. Rural Affairs Minister Lord Gardiner announced the funding under the Rural Broadband Infrastructure Scheme during a visit to the North York Moors National Park.
The continuing saga of the collapsed culvert and the road closure…
Work is due to commence on 4th June, and according the “Highways Customer Communication Officer”…
“It is anticipated the works will take 5 weeks to complete if all goes according to plan.”