North Yorkshire reorganisation to cost millions

By Martin Ford | 03 September 2021

North Yorkshire CC has committed £34m of reserves towards the costs of local government reorganisation in the county.

A meeting of senior councillors heard establishing a new unitary authority to replace the current two-tier system in North Yorkshire was expected to cost £38m.

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