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The York Central development has been approved by York Council.

The York Central development plan has now become a realistic prospect after councillors approved the scheme on Monday night. The total investment of the project may reach £650 million but will accommodate 2500 homes and have 86,600 square metres of office space built on the Brownfield site behind the railway station. A

Local history month in York

Yorkshire film archive manager Graham Relton is urging people to raid their lofts, basements and garages to find any hidden history as port of local history month. With May being Local history month the Yorkshire film archive is trying to encourage people to take part in an attempt to raise awareness

OFFSIDE! York Theatre Royal to open play.

York theatre royal to premiere their play - Offside on Thursday the 10th of May The play is set within three different centuries and tells the tales of 4 professional ladies football players and their trials and tribulations of playing in the footballing world. With help from Manchester City ladies FC

Yorkshire’s hottest April day since 1882

The UK has been graced with a heatwave this week with temperatures reaching highs of 29C. York has seen an influx of people taking over tourist destinations like the Museum Gardens to bask in the glorious sunshine. Local businesses have also seen their share of success with sunbathers spending their time and

York crowned the best place to live in the UK

York has been named the best place to live in the UK. They were awarded the number one spot by the Sunday Times due to its beautiful aesthetics and wide range of activities that are on offer. It is also the UK's first 'Gigabit City' offering super fast broadband speeds of up

Finally! Work has commenced on York’s new Community Stadium

By Brett Blacker Work has started on the long awaited community stadium in which York City and York Knights will host their home games.  Plans to begin construction for the stadium were approved by council members in July 2017.  The council announced its commitment to building the stadium and leisure complex