Monthly Archives: January 2021

Plans to improve the A629 between Halifax and Huddersfield have taken a step forward with the appointment of John Sisk & Son as contractor for Phase 1b of the project – the Calder and Hebble junction. Following a tender exercise, construction company John Sisk & Son has been appointed to carry out the construction work of… read more … about Contractor appointed for major road improvement scheme>>

A629 phase 1b

Plans for a new business park in Clifton have moved to the next stage of the planning process, with the submission of a reserved matters application.  The Clifton Business Park scheme is a major regeneration project which looks to transform a site on Wakefield Road at Clifton, near Brighouse, into a regionally significant employment site…. read more … about Planning ahead for proposed business park>>

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Every elderly care home in Calderdale has now had their first life-saving COVID-19 vaccinations delivered to those that were willing and able to receive it. Working together in groups, GP practices have provided the vaccine to residents and staff as part of the national roll-out, which is prioritising those most at risk from the virus…. read more … about First life-saving COVID-19 vaccinations delivered to every elderly care home in Calderdale>>

Care homes

People are being invited to have their say on the latest designs for the proposed new £30 million-plus railway station in Halifax. Calderdale Council is working with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority to transform Halifax Rail Station, improving the customer’s travel experience and providing a boost to the local economy. The latest design proposals, which… read more … about Are £30m-plus Halifax Rail Station plans just the ticket?>>

Halifax station

Businesses in Calderdale which have received Local Restrictions Support Grants are being contacted to allow recurring payments to be made. Businesses which have been legally required to close to protect people from COVID-19, or those which have been severely impacted due to previous local Tier 2 or Tier 3 restrictions, have been able to apply… read more … about Contacting businesses to confirm further grant support>>

Cllr Jane Scullion, Calderdale Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Resources

Calderdale’s kindness is shining through once again, as thousands of pounds worth of donations are being made to support children and young people to learn from home during national lockdown. Building on the success of the Never Hungry Again fund launched last October to end child hunger in the borough, Calderdale Council, the Community Foundation… read more … about Communities rally to support home-schooled children>>

Young person receiving laptop

Calderdale residents with cold or hard-to-heat homes are encouraged to check if they’re eligible for a grant to help pay for energy-saving measures. Following a successful application process, Calderdale Council is set to receive over £2million from the Government’s Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Green Homes Grant Local Authority Delivery Scheme, to… read more … about Funding available to make homes easier and cheaper to heat>>

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