Objectives of East Riding of Yorkshire Council & Goole Town
- Stronger and safer communities – including community cohesion and partnership working
- Improving environment and regeneration
- Healthcare and wellbeing – including improving older people’s lives
- Addressing the needs of children and young people – including safeguarding
The East Riding of Yorkshire is the largest unitary authority in England by area, covering 2,479 square kilometres. It is the second largest non-metropolitan district in England. It is a predominantly rural area, with over half of the population living in dispersed rural communities, and only three towns with populations over 10,000 people.