East Riding of Yorkshire Council

East Riding of Yorkshire Council

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a unitary authority. This means that all local Council services are provided by the same Council – unlike some other parts of the country where responsibility is shared between a County Council and a local District or Borough Council.

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The East Riding of Yorkshire Council is a unitary authority. This means that all local Council services are provided by the same Council – unlike some other parts of the country where responsibility is shared between a County Council and a local District or Borough Council.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council consists of 67 local councillors elected by residents of the East Riding. The Council area is divided into 26 wards, each of which is represented by one or more councillors (also known as members) elected for a term of four years. Unlike some other areas, we elect all 67 of our councillors simultaneously.

http://www.eastriding.gov.uk/council/thecouncil.html.

To search for current road works:http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/council/website-and-accessibility-help/using-website/maps/

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