East Riding of Yorkshire Council Logo

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council logo “should never be adjusted, redrawn or modified in any way and must always be reproduced using master originals.”

East Riding of Yorkshire Council Logo

and “The corporate logo (above) must always appear on any external application representing the Council”

Yet on East Riding of Yorkshire Council boundary signs the council have breached their own guidelines and omitted the word “council”

"East Riding of Yorkshire" Boundary Road Sign - A63 - Hessle

A complaint has been submitted requesting that either the signs or the guidelines are changed.

The logo is referred to as the East Riding Logo“. This is incorrect. The logo is the East Riding of Yorkshire Council logo. The East Riding is very different.

The East Riding is one of the three Ridings of the traditional/historic county
of Yorkshire.The East Riding of Yorkshire Council area is the name of a unitary
local government area created in 1996.

A second complaint has been submitted requesting the name of the logo is changed to “East Riding of Yorkshire Council Logo”

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