The Roos Parish website seeks to provide useful 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.
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COMMUNITY BENEFIT FUNDS
The parish benefits from community funds arising from renewable energy developments, in particular:
The Tedder Hill Wind Farm Fund
The next round for submission of applications has yet to open. However, applications to the Community Chest remain open.
This is for applications for projects or individual items costing less than £500.
For further information view the ERYC Rural Funding website
or contact a Parish Councillor
Roos Wind Farm (operated by RES - Renewable Energy Systems)
The RES Roos Wind Farm Fund for 2017 has now closed
For further information please contact Claire Thomas email@example.com
Burton Pidsea Wind Farm (operated by Energiekontor)
will open early in 2018 however applications costing less than £500 may be submitted to the Community Chest.
DONG ENERGY - EAST COAST COMMUNITY FUND
*This fund is administered by Grantscape - Milton Keynes.
Applications are made on-line. The area of benefit is a coastal strip approximately 5 miles deep stretching from Flamborough to Kings Lynn.
For further details click here
Coastal Communities Fund
The outcomes of various consultation meetings have now been processed and schedules for potential development are announced. Some will benefit the parish.
Roos Parish Local Community Transport - The Hedon Shuttle
Note that ERYC consultation continues on alterations and possible reductions in Council funded transport services.
The Hedon Shuttle - Service CB 3 is a pilot bus service - which currently runs from Burton Pidsea and Roos to Hedon.
Its schedule has recently been modified and now calls at Preston (Sandhills Garden Centre) and Bilton (Asda).
If your property lies adjacent to Roos Beck, then Roos Parish Council recommends that you acquire a copy of "Living on the Edge" by either downloading from www.gov.uk or from the download panel.
The booklet explains the rights and responsibilities of those living adjacent to a watercourse.
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council is the overall risk management authority for Roos Beck.
In the event of a potential or flooding emergency caused by an obstruction, or any other flood risk in the watercourse then you should contact:
East Riding of Yorkshire Council by telephoning:-
01482 395906/395707 or 01482 393939 (out of hours)