Welcome to the North Dalton Parish Council web site.
The Parish Council consist of 11 councillors who are democratically accountable to the electorate of the parish. The councillors are elected for a four year term, the next election being 2023.
The overiding duty of the Council is to the whole community, but they have a specific duty to their electors including those who did not vote for them.
The council also alerts relevant authorities to problems that arise or work that needs to be done in the parish and helps other tiers of local government to keep in touch with their local communities. All are committed to adhering to the Member Code of Conduct proposed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, details of which can be found on the Finance and Asset Page under Policies and Regulations.
The administration of the Parish Council is managed by our Parish Clerk, Mrs Sandra Morrison who is a paid, part-time employee of the Parish Council and who performs both the statutory roles of Secretary and Finance Officer of the Parish Council. As part of her role she provides procedural guidance for the Parish Council and ensures that statutory and other provisions governing or affecting the running of the Parish Council are fully observed; is responsible for enacting the decisions of the Parish Council and for receiving and issuing official correspondence on their behalf, and is the formal point of contact for any matter you wish to raise with the Parish Council. Mrs Morrison can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01262 470496
Parish Council meetings are held every alternate month and are open to members of the public. If you wish to speak at a meeting about a particular subject, then please inform the Parish Clerk well ahead of attending to facilitate productive discussion. The date, time and venue of forthcoming meetings are displayed on theVillage Notice Board and on this website.
We have ONE VACANCIES for a Councillor - which may be filled by co-option. If you are 18yrs or over and want to make a difference then come and join us. Click here for more information and here for a co-option form
North Dalton is part of the Wolds Weighton Ward which is served by 3 Ward Councillors who are our link with the local authority East Riding of Yorkshire Council
This parish is situated on the Wolds, and comprises, according to the Ordnance Survey, 4,635 acres
DEVOLUTION DEALS FOR EAST RIDING
brief information and background to the devolution deals open to the East Riding of Yorkshire slides
East Riding Design Guide Consultation
ERYC are inviting residents actoss the authority to share their thoughts about where they live as part of a consultation which will go towards creating a new design guidance for future developments.
The aim of the guide is to celebrate the unique character of towns and villages across the county, to ensure new development and planning applications respect the style of the area.
When produced, the guide will sit alongside the local plan policies acting as a point of reference for future planning applications.
The consultation runs until the 18th April. Please take 5 mins to complete the survey https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EastRidingDesignGuidePublicConsultation/ or click here for a QR code
Home Insulation advise
Residents in the East Riding are being offered the opportunity to install cavity wall and loft insulation for just £99 to homeowners and private sector tenants. Funding is via a partnership between ScottishPower, Heat Insulation and East Riding of Yorkshire Council and is limited to a first come, first served basis. If you think you may require insulation to your home or require more information on the funding on offer, please contact Heat Insulation Ltd to book your free survey on 01482 588591. You can also apply online at www.heat-insulation.co.uk, quoting “ERYCInsulation”.
Community Housing Survey - Follow up survey report now available click here
Community Speedwatch see meetings page
The village is picturesquely situated in a deep valley in the Wolds, about 7½ miles south-west from Driffield, and 10 miles north-east of Beverley. In the centre is a large pond, adjacent to the public house. The church, dedicated to All Saints , stands on an eminence near the centre of the village
If there is anything that you would particularly like to see on the web site please email us and let us know.