Examples of North Yorkshire County Council in a sentence
The ‘Specification for Housing and Industrial Estate Roads and Private Street Works’ published by North Yorkshire County Council, the Highway Authority, is available at the County Council’s offices.
The 'Specification for Housing and Industrial Estate Roads and Private Street Works' published by North Yorkshire County Council, the Highway Authority, is available at the County Council's offices.
The scheme to be submitted shall demonstrate that the surface water drainage system(s) are designed in accordance with the standards detailed in North Yorkshire County Council SuDS Design Guidance (or any subsequent update or replacement for that document).
North Yorkshire County Council (Diocese or Trustees in the case of Voluntary Aided Schools) and the School shall maintain Public Liability insurance for third party injury and damage caused due to their negligence.
Neither North Yorkshire County Council nor the school will be liable for the provision of alternative accommodation or be liable for any compensatory payment.
To evaluate the quality, cost and impact of services purchased from all outside providers, including North Yorkshire County Council Children and Young People’s Service, in good time before contracts are due for renewal.
The Hirer agrees to indemnify North Yorkshire County Council, its employees and agents and the school against all actions, proceedings, claims, damages, awards or costs in respect of loss, damage, death or personal injury during the period of hire or before or after that time unless such death or injury occurs as a result of the negligence or breach of duty of North Yorkshire County Council, the school or their agents or employees.
North Yorkshire County Council and the school disclaim liability for injury or damage to persons or property upon its premises (so far as they are legally able to do so).
Where matters of financial irregularity are suspected, or other matters within an internal audit remit, Veritau at North Yorkshire County Council must be informed.
Where in this Schedule details or plans are to be approved by or provided for consultation purposes to a relevant planning authority which is Selby District Council, then insofar as the details or plans are relevant to highways, ecological or archaeological matters the relevant planning authority must consult with North Yorkshire County Council as the relevant highway authority and/or the County Ecologist and/or the County Archaeologist of North Yorkshire County Council as the case may be.