Notice of Road Closure

I have been advised by the contractors that the following road closure is to be instated;

PLANNED ROAD CLOSURE NOTIFICATION – 00008456 – Kirby Misperton to Little Barugh                                           

The Closure will be in place for a period of 21 days  between 13th April 2016 and 3rd May 2016

The Road Closure and any associated Diversion Routes can be viewed using this URL link


North Yorkshire County Council

Remembrance Day

War memorial

War memorial

The Remembrance Day service will take place on Sunday 8 November at 10am at the War Memorial followed by a service at 10.30am at the Methodist Chapel, Main Street, Kirby Misperton.

Traffic will be stopped at the roundabout while the service at the War Memorial takes place.

Anyone wishing to help with tidying up in the vicinity on Saturday morning, particularly around the bus shelter, should meet near the roundabout at 10.30am on Saturday 7 November,



Planning Application Display

The Council were pleased to be able to allow the public to view the planning application for the Shale Gas Application on two occasions.

Council will be considering the application at the next Ordinary Meting on 29 September 2015.

The agenda can be accessed by accessing the link below

Agenda 29 Sep 2015

Kirby Misperton shale gas application by Third Energy

North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) is processing the planning application relating to “testing for shale gas at an existing well site near Kirby Misperton in North Yorkshire and ultimately producing gas from that well”.

The closing date for the consultation period is 14 October 2015. This means that all external organisations and NYCC’s internal departments who have been consulted must give their response by this date.

To view all the documents relating to this application online visit

Hard copies of all of the application documents can be viewed at Ryedale District Council, Ryedale House in Malton during all reasonable hours until 14 October 2015. This may require an appointment and you are advised to check with Ryedale District Council before making your visit.

Kirby Misperton Parish Council will display the application documents for local residents at the village hall between 4pm and 8pm on Thursday 17 September.

You can comment on the application by emailing

For full details visit NYCC’s page at

Third Energy Permit Applications

EAlogoThird Energy UK Gas Limited have applied to the Environment Agency for environmental permits for their Kirby Misperton 8 shale gas site.

The Environment Agency’s public consultation on the permit applications will run until 10 July 2015. You can view the consultation documents online at

The Environment Agency are hosting an information session for the public to explain their role in onshore oil and gas regulation and also how people can get involved in the consultation.

They will be joined by colleagues from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and Public Health England (PHE).

This session will be held at Kirby Misperton Village Hall between 12 noon and 8pm on Tuesday 16 June 2015

The consultation documents will also be available to view from 9.30am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday at:

  • Environment Agency, Coverdale House, Aviator Court, Amy Johnson Way, Clifton Moor, York YO30 4GZ
  • Environment Agency, Lateral, 8 City Walk, Leeds LS11 9AT

Please phone 03708 506 506 to arrange an appointment.

Copies of the application have also been placed in Malton and Pickering libraries.

Parish Meeting

DSC_0135 (576x384)Kirby Misperton Parish Council invites you to the Annual Parish Meeting on Friday 12 June at 7pm at Kirby Misperton Village Hall

This years topic will be Public Rights of Way in the Parish of Kirby Misperton with Philip Catterall of Ryedale Walking Group accompanied by Gillian Zewde, Footpaths Officer for Ryedale Ramblers

On display will be:

  • Maps showing footpaths in the parish
  • The State of Ryedale’s Paths: Report of a Survey by The Ryedale Group of The Ramblers’ Association 2015
  • Duties and Responsibilities of Landowners and Farmers, a leaflet from North Yorkshire County Council Business and Environmental Services

Free refreshments will be provided

Malton – Pickering Cycle Route Proposal

Cyclists in Pickering

Top of Market Place, Pickering © Sustrans

The Parish Council has received a copy of the Malton and Pickering Cycle Route Proposal: Final Draft Report v3, prepared for Ryedale District Council by Sustrans.

We are publishing a copy of the report on our website so that local residents can see the proposed route which passes through the parish.

Because of the size of the report we have split it into smaller sections.

Introduction (PDF, 763KB)

Detailed Proposals Map A Norton and Malton (PDF, 1.66MB)

Detailed Proposals Map B: North Malton (PDF, 1.61MB)

Detailed Proposals Map C: Riggs Road (PDF, 976KB)

Detailed Proposals Map D: South of Kirby Misperton (PDF, 885KB)

Detailed Proposals Map E: Kirby Misperton (PDF, 1.45MB)

Detailed Proposals Map F: Pickering (PDF, 1.83MB)

Sections 3 to 12 (PDF, 934KB)

Appendices (PDF, 1.82MB)


Parish Questionnaire – January 2015

The Parish Council agreed that it was prudent to gain information from the parish electorate and home owners at the additional meeting in January. Each member of the electorate will receive a questionnaire requesting a classification of opinion regarding some statements which have been circulated since the resident pack from Third Energy has been received.

If you own a property in the village but are not on the electoral register a single copy of the questionnaire will be delivered.

All questionnaires are security marked and do not contain any relational data to the electoral register so responses are totally confidential.

Please return the questionnaires to the box at Greystones by Tuesday 27 January 2015. Questionnaires will be opened in the Village Hall within public view on Thursday 29 January 2015 at 7:30pm

Third Energy Residents Pack

Third Energy have sent by Royal Mail a Development Pack to every household in Kirby Misperton.  The Parish Council has been made aware that this document has not been received by all households at the date of this news bulletin.

The Clerk has obtained permission to reproduce a  copy of the document on this web site to enable residents to access the information published on the date of the press release earlier.  The content of the document is not binding on the Council and is provided as a public service not an advertising feature

Third Energy Brochure


Street lighting energy reduction programme

North Yorkshire County Council are working on a four-year programme to reduce their street lighting energy consumption and associated carbon emissions.

Street lights in North Yorkshire currently switch on at dusk and off at dawn. The new policy will see up to 60 per cent of our street lights switching off in the early hours of the morning between midnight and 5am, when road use is at a minimum.

The part-night lighting scheme commenced in Harrogate and Knaresborough in August 2012 followed by Scarborough and Hambleton in 2013. The programme will continue into Richmondshire in 2014 and extend through the rural areas of Harrogate and Scarborough, into Ryedale, Craven, Selby and the rest of the county until completion in 2016.

The County Council will ensure that crime, disorder and road safety issues are considered before decisions are made.

Areas that will not be affected:

  • Lights operated by borough, district or parish councils (except for Hambleton district)
  • Main traffic routes and road junctions (dimming of streetlights may be introduced if appropriate)
  • Locations with a significant night-time road traffic accident record
  • Potential hazards in the highway such as traffic calming, speed humps and road crossings (except in 20mph zones)
  • Parts of town centres that have concentrated night-time activity or economy;
    Areas covered by council or police CCTV operations
  • Areas with 24-hour operational emergency services, including hospitals
  • Lights outside sheltered housing and other residences accommodating vulnerable people
  • Areas with a significant record of relevant night-time crime or anti-social behaviour.

All roads will have had a review carried out by a road safety team and the police as part of the risk assessment before any lights are switched off. Any concerns raised from the review will be considered and a decision made as to whether the lights will be included in the changes.

Find out what alterations are proposed for where you live by visiting—energy-reduction-programme