ERYC NOTICES

COVID-19 / FLU  WINTER 2022/23

For more information and updates visit the GOV.UK website

 

Flu and Covid Booster Vaccinations Winter 2022/3

Holderness Health have announced details..

 

 

 

 

Tunstall Drain - Flood Alleviation Works.

The £600,000 scheme at Thirtle Bridge to control sea water entering the drain at Tunstall is now complete.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome

Welcome.

The Roos Parish website provides information and news for residents of Roos, Tunstall, Hilston and Owstwick and others. 

Navigate through the various headings across the top of this page to discover more.

 

You can also follow us on Facebook

 

 

 

ROOS PARISH NOTICEBOARD

 

 

HUMBER & NORTH YORKSHIRE HEALTH CARE PARTNERSHIP

ADVICE DURING NHS HEALTH SERVICE INDUSTRIAL ACTION

 

Click Here for full details.

 

 

ROOS PARISH COUNCIL: NEXT MEETING MARCH 2023

 

Draft Minutes of the meeting held on 9th January at 7.30pm in the Memorial Institute.

 

Agenda:  Click Here

 

  

 

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Improved Mobile Connectivity - 5G technology coming soon.

Correspondence indicates that the operators of the existing 3/4G provision in Roos are proposing to upgrade their installation to “ensure the latest high quality, reliable, secure communications technology”, to improve connectivity and speed for mobile phones and other wireless device users in Roos.

 

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Natural England : England Coast Path - Update

 

Much of this new National Trail around all of England’s coast has been completed or is well underway. However, the stretch between Bridlington and Easington is problematic.

The Holderness Coast section of the ECP presents a challenging environment to create a National Trail standard path due to the area’s high rate of coastal erosion. There requires a scheme of small culverts and footbridges to be installed across the drains and waterways which cross the England Coast Path’s route to make it walkable to a National Trail standard.

A grant from DEFRA will be required to fund these works. It is expected that 20 crossings need to be installed by ERYC in 2023. The work undertaken on the route is secured using ERYC’s procurement process by local construction firms who bid for the contracts. These vary in width, design and their distance set back form the cliff edge based on the erosion rate in that specific area they are in. This is presently being drawn up by ERYC and landowners will be contacted in early 2023 to discuss the access and construction of these by ERYC’s contractors.

See:

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1118433/coastal-access-england-map.pdf

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1113027/ECP-north-east-map.pdf

 

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WIND FARM COMMUNITY FUNDS 2023

 

TEDDER HILL COMMUNITY WINDFARM FUND:  The 2023 Fund is now open and will close on Monday 24th April 2023.

Applications of up to £1000 can be made at any time via the Small Grants Fund. Applications for over £1,000 should be made online to the main fund.

There are no upper or lower limits on the amount of money that can be requested, however, the fund panel have indicated that applications over £10,000 would be considered exceptional.

For further information   https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/grants-and-funding/rural-funding/tedder-hill-community-wind-farm-fund/ 

 

BURTON PIDSEA COMMUNITY WINDFARM FUND:  The 2023 Fund is now open and will close on Monday 24th April 2022.

 

.Applications for up to £500 can be made to the Small Grants Fund which can be made at any time and will be considered in between panel meetings.

ROOS COMMUNITY WINDFARM FUND: 2023 

The Fund is open for applications until Friday, 31st March 2023
 
 
 
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Roos Parish Local Community Transport Services

 

 

NEW. ERYC has announced a new bus service No 243, to be operated by HART.

It will commence on Tuesday 6th September 2022, starting from Withernsea at 9.30am and finishing in Beverley at 11.00am.

It is scheduled to leave Roos Post Office at 9.40am and arriving back at Roos Post Office at 14.25pm

 For full details Click Here. 

 

 Bus Service CB 3 currently runs Wednesday/Friday from Roos via

Burton Pidsea, Hedon, Preston (Sandhills Garden Centre) and Bilton (Asda)

 Click  for timetable.           https://www.medibus.org.uk/communitybusservices.html

 

 

 

ROOS PARISH ANNUAL MEETING MAY 2022

The Annual Parish Assembly was held at 7.00 pm on 9th May in the Memorial Institute.

 

ROOS PARISH COUNCIL: ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

This meeting will commence immediately after the Annual Parish Meeting.

For the Agenda Click Here.              For the Minutes of the 2021 AGM Click Here.

For the Statement of Accounts 2021 - 2022  Click Here

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

SOUTH HOLDERNESS MEDICAL PRACTICE

  

WITHERNSEA DOCTORS

https://www.withernseadoctors.co.uk/info.aspx?p=12

 

SOUTH HOLDERNESS MEDICAL PRACTICE - ROOS

For surgery  and dispensary times click   https://www.mysurgerywebsite.co.uk/opening-times.aspx?p=B81025

 

 

 

 

Near Miss Accidents and Speeding

There is increasing public concern about car parking at various points throughout the village. The ERYC Highways Department does not perceive this to be a problem as there is no history of any incidents or accidents occurring. It is important therefore that any minor bump or scrape to vehicles, or, a near miss is reported to the Highways Authority. Contact:  Email: highway.dm@eastriding.gov.uk                                     

You should report incidents of any perceived speeding or other anti-social driving behaviour to the local police service using the 101 non-emergency number

 

 

 

For further details please contact David Winter on 07971827151 or a member of the Roos Parish Council.

 

 

 

 
COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUN

 

Roos Woodland Group

The Group is active throughout the year: For regular up-dates on their activities follow:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/RoosWood/about

For further information please contact:   Roos Woodland Group Facebook page, or email  woodlandroos@gmail.com 

 

 

Tree and Hedgerow Planting Opportunities.

 

HUMBER FORESTS (Formerly HEYwoods)

 welcome applications from private and public landowners for new tree, woodland and hedgerow planting initiatives.

 
Visit :  www.humberforest.org
Contact: humber.forest@eastriding.gov.uk

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dog Fouling

 

Incidents of dog fouling continue to be reported at various locations throughout the parish including Roos Playing Field. 
Legal action cannot be taken without information concerning the identification of the dog owner. Please report incidents to the ERYC Dog Warden:
either by telephone: (01482) 393939, or by email: dog.warden@eastriding.gov.uk 
The service will need to know
* the location, time and date of the incident
 * the name (and address if known) of the dog owner, and
*a description of the dog
click here for further information.

Flooding and Roos Beck

 The ERYC is the Lead Local Flood Authority. 

It works in partnership with other bodies such as the Environment Agency and Local Drainage Boards.

Riperian Ownership

If your property is adjacent to Roos Beck or any other watercourse then you are a Riperian Owner and have specific rights and responsibilities.

These are explained in detail in Living on the Edge. Click to view or download.

Roos Parish Council

In case of emergency  a supply of sandbags is available. Contact the Parish Clerk.

 

 

Planning

The Parish Council  is a statutory consultee and is invited to comment and make recommendations for consideration by the Planning Authority.

For further information https://newplanningaccess.eastriding.gov.uk/newplanningaccess/

To view applications submitted in 2022, see Roos Parish Council Page on the header panel. 

To view applications  from earlier years, Click on year (opens in a new window) 2021, 20202019,  2018

 

ERYC LOCAL PLAN : Public Consultation closed on August 6th.

The previously designated sites for future building development in Roos have been reduced in size. The proposed revisions are described on
pages 207 - 208 of the Draft Allocations Document Update 2020 - 2039. Click here