In compliance with the Transparency Code for Smaller Authorities , the Parish Council publishes details of all its public land and building assets. The map below shows the location of all the Parish Council owned assets.
Parish Council Assets
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The table below lists all the assets and provides further information about each one.
Asset Register for the Current Financial Year 2021 - 2022
|1||Pinfold Enclosure||Arkendale Road, Staveley||1980||Details||£20,470|
|2||Village Notice Boards x 2 Staveley||Village Green East, Main Street, Staveley||1997||Details||£950|
|3||Village Green Stone Bench||Junction of Main Street, Minskip Road and Arkendale Road, Staveley||1995||Details||£2,375|
|4||5 Wooden Benches||Various throughout Staveley||1995||Details||£2,375|
|5||Village Notice Board x 1 Copgrove||St. Mongahs Lane, Copgrove||2002||Details||£475|
|6||1 Bench Copgrove||Open space on St. Mongahs Lane, Copgrove||2002||Details||£475|
|7||Fence & Chain Opposite the Royal Oak Pub||Village Green West, Main Street, Staveley||2000||Details||£665|
|8||Bus Shelter||Village Green East, Main Street, Staveley||2012||Details||£1,900|
|9||Safety barrier||Outside Primary School, Minskip Road, Staveley||2011||Details||£550|
|10||Childrens Playground equipment||Jubilee Recreation Field, Arkendale Road, Staveley||2009||Details||£12,000|
|11||Phone Box & Defibrillator||Opposite Village Green East, Main Street, Staveley||2016||Details||£1,800|
|12||Village Green East||Main Street, Staveley||1986||Details||£750|
|13||Village Green West||Main Street, Staveley||1973||Details||£0|
|14||Copgrove Village Signs||Wath Lane and Apron Lane||2021||Details||£710|
1 Valuation is based on cost of acquisition.
The map and table below lists all land leased by the Parish Council that is then managed by them as community amenities.
|1||Recreation Field||Arkendale Road, Staveley||Details|
|2||Allotments||Arkendale Road, Staveley||Details|
The parish is fortunate to have a good stock of mature trees that benefit both residents and wildlife. Many of the trees are on private land, some adjoin the highway and are the responsibility of North Yorkshire County Council and a small number are on Parish Council owned or leased land.
The Parish Council does not currently have an adopted tree management policy and therefore no formal record of the tree stock and its state. Once this situation has been addressed, a tree inventory and condition statement will be included here.