York’s rural champions

By Heather Jameson | 06 November 2019

North Yorkshire is the largest county in England, with 85% of its landscape classed as ‘super-sparse’ – with just 76 people per square mile compared with the national average of 430.

While that may make for a beautifully picturesque place, it presents its own pressures for North Yorkshire CC when it comes to delivering local services.

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