Monthly Archives: February 2019

From Monday 25 February 2019, changes to existing parking charges will be introduced on a number of streets and in car parks across Calderdale. Following approval by Cabinet in November 2018, parking tariffs are now being amended in a mix of on-street and off-street existing pay and display locations. The cost of parking in many… read more … about Changes to parking charges in Calderdale>>


Press release from the Environment Agency A new footbridge has been installed and flood walls built as part of the initial phase of construction of flood defences in Mytholmroyd to be completed. This phase is along Cragg Brook with the new steel bridge for pedestrians upstream of the railway viaduct between the back of the… read more … about First part of Mytholmroyd flood defences finished>>


Wheels are in motion for a £2.1m scheme to improve cycling and walking access on a 6km section of the Rochdale Canal towpath between Hebden Bridge and Todmorden. This is part of the West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s £60m CityConnect programme aimed at encouraging more people to travel by bike or on foot. At a meeting… read more … about Plans to boost cycling and walking access on canal towpath>>

Calderdale Council has awarded new funding to a scheme that supports rough sleepers, meaning that this work can continue for another two years. The scheme, run by Horton Housing and called Street Reach, has been extended to include work with people who beg on the streets. Horton Housing will work jointly with the Council to… read more … about New funding to continue Calderdale rough sleeper support service>>

Rough sleeper

Exciting plans for the proposed new Business Park in Clifton near Brighouse, will soon be on display at upcoming drop-in events. Creation of a business park at Clifton is a long-standing ambition of the Council and would create significant new business and employment opportunities in Calderdale. Calderdale Council is working with Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP),… read more … about Announcing plans for Clifton Business Park>>

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Residents affected by the floods of Boxing Day 2015 are being asked about their experiences of obtaining household insurance, including flood cover. Calderdale Council has sent a questionnaire to every household which has been recorded as receiving a residential Repair and Renew flood grant. The grant, funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local… read more … about Your help needed with household flood insurance survey>>