Councillor Keith Aspden

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Concerns Remain After Waste PFI Vote

by Keith Aspden on 13 December, 2010

City of York Council and North Yorkshire County Council have agreed to enter into a 25 year contract with AmeyCespa to build a waste recovery plant and incinerator on the site of the quarry at Allerton Park in North Yorkshire. The plant will see waste sorted, with any remaining recyclable material removed and biodegradable waste […]

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Fulford Survey Results

by Keith Aspden on 27 August, 2010

Recently we have been carrying out a survey around Fulford to find out residents’ views on a number of issues, the survey forms also give you the opportunity to let us know about any issues or problems in the local area. Several residents raised concerns about student housing in the area, and these concerns have […]

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Fulford Battles For The Future

by Keith Aspden on 8 July, 2010

Fulford is launching a campaign to be a plasitc bag free village. As part of the campaign Fulford Parish Council secured funding from City of York Council to produce a cotton shopping bag, complete with Fulford logo to give out to local residents in order to encourage them to reject the use of plastic bags. […]

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New Recycling Boxes On The Way

by Keith Aspden on 4 June, 2010

  (Lib Dem Executive Member for Neighbourhood Services Cllr Ann Reid with the new boxes) Over the coming 5 months, City of York Council will be delivering new kerbside recycling boxes to 66,650 homes across the city. You will receive two new boxes to go alongside your existing green box. One new box will be […]

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