BEVERLEY: The second of two meetings for people to find out about the town's housing strategy will be held on Wednesday.
More than 2,500 homes are planned for the south side of Beverley under a new blueprint for the town's future.
In all, 21 potential development sites would accommodate 3,400 new houses across Beverley, a quarter of which would be affordable housing.
Most of the homes would be built on fields between existing housing and the town's planned £27m southern bypass.
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Others would also be built on the northern edge of the town under East Riding Council's draft Local Plan.
Minster and Woodmansey ward councillors David Elvidge, Kerri Harold and Dominic Peacock organised two information evenings.
The next is on Wednesday from 7.15pm to 9.15pm at Keldmarsh School.
BISHOP BURTON: A controversial planning application that has prompted an objection from the parish council looks set to be agreed today.
Trevor Thomas has applied to extend Stable Cottage at The Green and convert a storage are and garage into extra living accommodation.
The parish council says it would be imposing and affect neighbouring properties.
But the proposal is recommended for approval at today's meeting of East Riding Council's eastern area planning committee.