Hambleton District
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Hambleton District

Coordinates: 54°20?02?N 1°25?44?W / 54.334°N 1.429°W / 54.334; -1.429

Hambleton District
District
Council Offices, Northallerton
Council Offices, Northallerton
Official logo of Hambleton District
Coat of Arms of the District Council
Shown within North Yorkshire
Shown within North Yorkshire
Sovereign stateUnited Kingdom
Constituent countryEngland
RegionYorkshire and the Humber
Administrative countyNorth Yorkshire
Admin. HQNorthallerton
Government
 o TypeHambleton District Council
 o Leadership:Leader & Cabinet
 o Executive:Conservative
 o MPs:Rishi Sunak,
Kevin Hollinrake
Area
 o Total506 sq mi (1,311 km2)
Area rank15th
Population
(mid-2018 est.)
 o Total91,134
 o RankRanked 268th
 o Density180/sq mi (70/km2)
Time zoneUTC+0 (Greenwich Mean Time)
 o Summer (DST)UTC+1 (British Summer Time)
ONS code36UC (ONS)
E07000164 (GSS)
Ethnicity99.2% White
Websitehambleton.gov.uk

Hambleton is a local government district of North Yorkshire, England. The main town and administrative centre is Northallerton, and the district also includes the market towns and major villages of Bedale, Thirsk, Great Ayton, Stokesley, and Easingwold.

The district was formed by the Local Government Act 1972 on 1 April 1974, as a merger of the urban district of Northallerton with Bedale Rural District, Easingwold Rural District, Northallerton Rural District, and part of Thirsk Rural District, Stokesley Rural District and Croft Rural District, all in the North Riding of Yorkshire.

The district is named after the Hambleton Hills, part of the North York Moors National Park, on the eastern edge of the district. This area is the subject of a national habitat protection scheme as articulated in the United Kingdom's Biodiversity Action Plan.

Geography

View of the Hambleton Hills and Cowesby

Hambleton covers an area of 1,311.17 km² most of which, 1,254.90 km², is green space.[1] The district is named after the Hambleton Hills, part of the North York Moors National Park, on the eastern edge of the district. This area is the subject of a national habitat protection scheme as articulated in the United Kingdom's Biodiversity Action Plan.

About 75% of the district lies in the Vales of Mowbray and of York. These two vales consist largely of low lying and intensively worked arable land which is mostly used for farming. 16% lies within the North York Moors National Park and just over 1% is in the York green belt zone.[2]

Towns

Towns in the district are listed below. Northallerton houses the headquarters of Hambleton District Council.[3] The district is also the location of 17 wards and 177 parishes.[4]

District Council

Party Councillors
Conservative 24
Independent 2
Labour 1
Liberal Democrats 1

Demographics

Firby Hall, Bedale
Cod Beck Weir, Thirsk

In 2007 Hambleton had an estimated population of 86,900 an increase of 3.2% on the population of 84,200 recorded in the 2001 UK census.[5] In the 2001 census 83% of respondents identified their religion as Christians above the national average for England which was 71.74%. No other religion accounted for more than 0.2% of the population; the next two largest groups of respondents were those with no religion, at 10.40%, and those who did not state a religion, at 6.14%.[6]

Energy policy

In May 2006, a report commissioned by British Gas[7] showed that housing in Hambleton produced the 8th highest average carbon emissions in the country at 7,242 kg of carbon dioxide per dwelling. Whilst this has come under some scrutiny, it is important to remember that due to the remote nature of the councils parishes (Great Langton, Scorton etc.) carbon emissions are likely to be high.

See also

References

  1. ^ United Kingdom Census 2001 (2001). "Hambleton (Local Authority): Key Figures for Physical Environment". neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk. Retrieved 2008.
  2. ^ Hambleton, New Local Plan for (October 2016). "Hambleton Strategic Flood Risk Assessment (Oct 2016)" (PDF). www.hambleton.gov.uk. Hambleton District Council. p. 10. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ "Contact us | Hambleton District Council". www.hambleton.gov.uk. Retrieved 2017.
  4. ^ "Hambleton". ordnancesurvey.co.uk. Retrieved 2017.
  5. ^ Performance, Research & Intelligence Team Chief Executive's Group (2007). "Population Estimates 2007 Parish" (PDF). Page 5. North Yorkshire County Council. Retrieved 2008.
  6. ^ United Kingdom Census 2001 (2001). "Hambleton (Local Authority)". neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk. Retrieved 2008.
  7. ^ http://www.britishgasnews.co.uk/managed_content/files/pdf/greenCity.pdf Archived 26 June 2008 at the Wayback Machine britishgasnews.co.uk

Further reading

  • Golisti K.O.M. (1998) Hambleton and its History. Ashdown Products. ISBN 0952195054

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