Scarborough's shoreline could benefit from a £14 million boost in protection against cliff erosion.
Councillors will be asked to approve the emergency plans at a meeting next week in a bid to protect the area around the South Cliff.
Without the work, there are fears the area above Scarborough Spa, which hosts shows and performances, could fall into the sea.
The Environment Agency has pledged £11.6 million pounds to the works already, with North Yorkshire County Council's members being asked to rubber stamp a further £1.2 million of their own money.
A North Yorkshire brewery has launched a special beer to raise funds for those affected by the Boxing Day floods.
For every pint of Theakston's 'Noah's Ark' sold, the brewery will donate 10p to community foundations in Yorkshire to bring relief to homes and businesses affected by the floods.
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The 23 new marine conservation areas designated by the Government include cold water coral reefs, sea fan 'forests', canyons and sandbanks.Read the full story ›
Sheffield City Council could be awarded up to £4 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund to complete major restoration work to the city's General Cemetery. They plan to transform the site into a heritage and wildlife park.
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2016 will see the culmination of the years of planning that have gone into the multi-million pound Siemens development. Around 1,000 jobs will be created at what will be the biggest wind turbine factory in Europe.
The plant is due to open in September and after years of steady decline, it should bring much needed prosperity to the city of Hull. James Webster has been given an exclusive tour of the site to see how work is progressing and meet some of those hoping to work there.
After his tour, James met up with the Siemens Project Director, Finbarr Dowling, to find out more about the company's vision for their future in Hull.
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Construction work on the Green Port Hull Alexandra Dock site is progressing well and is on schedule for an early 2017 completion, Associated British Ports (ABP) has announced.
The 54-acre site, which ABP and its main contractor GRAHAM Lagan Construction Group Joint Venture (JV) are preparing for Siemens’ offshore wind turbine manufacturing facility, is being transformed in Hull’s biggest engineering project since the port was built.
The enabling works undertaken by ABP and their contractors are worth £150 million.
The dock infill has now been completed, with one million cubic metres of sand pumped into the dock to fill one third of the water area.
Excess sand was stored during this process to be used for the 7.5 hectare reclaim, which will become the new quayside and component storage areas, and this is now being pumped into position around the existing timber sheds and jetties, which will be demolished in the coming weeks.
Marine piling for the new quay wall is almost complete and piling for the anchor wall and roll on-roll off ramp is continuing.
The JV has now taken control of the east side of the site to begin preparatory works for the 25,000 square metre service building. Five substations, which will supply 6MVA to the site, are also being built to supply the new facility with electricity.
“It’s fantastic to see the site beginning to take shape and it’s testament to the hard work of the ABP project team, the main contractor and all of those organisations and individuals involved in the enabling works that the project is on schedule and Siemens’ facility will be operational by the end of 2016.”