Swanland Village Website
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Norma Taylor - 2015

----Page updated
May 14, 2019
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Web Site created and
maintained by Graham Latter

Latest News

Julie Abraham & Vanessa Walker re-elected as Ward Councillors
Tour de Yorkshire through Swanland - please send us your pics!

The race passed through Swanland on Thur 2nd May - see website. It came from Melton towards Swanland, went down Woodgates Lane, along Ferriby High Street, up Swanland Hill, along Tranby Lane, turning to Greenstiles Lane and Beech Hill towards great Gutter Lane then onto Skidby.

Thanks to Michelle & Paul Hopton who put up many of the bikes and decorations up along the route.


Approach to village
on Mill Road

Up Swanland Hill
from Ferriby

West Leys &
Kemp Roads
Swans on the Pond?
"Look North" have asked why we do not have any real swans on the pond. It’s a question other villagers may be asking again since our temporary, inflatable pair have arrived!

There used to be a pair of resident Swans on the pond, however after one was killed crossing the road and the other re-homed
to a swan sanctuary. it was decided that the pond not big enough to safely have swans. Read more details Swans on Swanland Pond (pdf)

Pond Survey
Engineering firm, Mason Clark Associates, have carried out a 3D laser scan of the pond's perimeter to produce a topographical survey drawing of the area; including information on water levels. This survey was proposed to further investigate our leakage problem and when combined with other information, should help direct any future investigations or remedial work.

Mason Clark will be returning at a later date to measure the depth of the pond and carry out a visual inspection of the perimeter. The SPP are very grateful to the Parish Council for agreeing to fund this survey.

Westfield Farm
Latest Planning Application
Gladman have re-submitted their proposals for 150 houses on Westfield Farm
Case reference on ERYC Planning Portal is 19/00790/STOUT - DIRECT LINK >>19/00790/STOUT
Erection of two dwellings and conversion of existing cottage including erection of single storey extensions to front and rear following demolition of existing side extension at Hall Cottage North Drive Swanland >>>LINK
Development on West Leys Road
Development at West Wold

Application for 100 residences has now been approved by ERYC for 100 residences

This application can be viewed on
Case Reference 18/03343/STREM
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For Erection of 57 dwellings and associated infrastructure on Land West Of Barn House West Wold

This has now been submitted to ERYC. Case No 19/00462/STPLF


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Swanland Street Map
This has been updated to show the Tranby Lane development.

See Swanland Information page
Waller Grove & Cygnet Gardens?
If you are wondering where these are they appear on the new development off Tranby Lane. Quaint names are often dreamt up by the developers to sell their properties. Official Street names are decided by ERYC in consultation with the Parish Council. Waller Grove HAS been approved and has a postcode Of HU14 3RW. Cygnet Gardens Is NOT a new road name
Swanland Library
Lots going on at you local library!
- see Poster
A164 New
Roundabouts Scheme

Work has begun on road improvements - see Layout Map
Young people have been seen on a number of occasions fishing at the pond and the police have been informed.
Fishing is forbidden in the pond
and notices have gone up to remind people.

Active Pages on this Website
Many pages are for reference and rarely get updated,
however some get regular updates including this page - worth having a look at are
:
Events & Activities-----Pond Partnership-----Pond Page------Neighbourhood Watch
Also Village Hall Forthcoming Events Page

 

Be on your Guard!
Be sure to lock all car doors, even if parked on your drive
.
Mrs Deborah L Parry
Swanland NHW Coordinator

Visit Take Five & Cyber Aware


Yorswitch

Many have signed up to a collective energy switch. By taking part they hope to save money on their energy bills. You might also be interested in joining. The more participants, the bigger our negotiating power. So why not register as well and you will receive a personal offer two weeks after the auction has taken place. It’s free to join, there’s no obligation to switch and it’s an easy step-by-step process. Click here to sign up

 

PINK areas are earmarked as potential sites

Those in BLUE have already been used or have been approved

Those in GREEN are NOT within the plan but have been resubmitted after being rejected previously

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