Category Archives: Consultation

Local people are invited to have their say on the latest plans to improve a key route through Brighouse which connects Huddersfield and Bradford. Calderdale Council is working with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, in collaboration with Bradford and Kirklees Councils, on plans to improve the A641 along the route from Huddersfield to Bradford, via… read more … about Have your say on plans to improve travel on and around the A641>>

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Time is running out for people to have their say on a major new plan outlining Calderdale’s steps towards a zero-carbon future. The Calderdale draft Climate Action Plan has been jointly created by the Calderdale Climate Action Partnership which includes a range of partner organisations and local communities across the borough. It sets out what needs… read more … about Last chance to have your say on Calderdale’s Climate Action Plan>>

Three of Calderdale flood wardens in high- vis jackets on bridge in borough

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) has now launched its third and final consultation on proposed changes to Parliamentary constituencies in England. A new map showing the potential changes to constituencies has now been published, allowing local people a final opportunity to have their say on proposals for their area. Significant changes have been made… read more … about Final chance to have your say on proposed changes to local constituencies>>

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The final public consultation on Calderdale’s Local Plan covering changes known as ‘main modifications’ will begin on Friday 12 August 2022. Residents and businesses will have the chance to have their say about the changes during an eight-week consultation, which will close at 5pm on Friday 7 October 2022. In March 2022, the Council received… read more … about Last steps for the Local Plan>>

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After an extensive consultation over the past three years, the Brighouse Deal plans that will write a new chapter in the story of the town have been submitted to the Government. The business cases for the £19.1m proposals have been approved by Calderdale Council and the Brighouse Town Deal Board, made up of representatives from… read more … about Key moment for Brighouse Deal as £19.1million plans submitted>>

Brighouse view

Plans are on track to improve Halifax Rail Station and the surrounding area, with feedback from a recent consultation being used to shape the project. Calderdale Council, in partnership with Network Rail, is developing plans to transform the station building and improve access and its facilities. The £30million-plus project, which is being funded by the… read more … about Station plans on the right track>>

Halifax station proposed exterior

Local people are invited to have their say on proposals for a Park Ward Neighbourhood Plan, which would set out planning policies for future development in the area. Park Ward is a vibrant, multi-cultural area to the west of Halifax town centre and is home to around 16,000 people and approximately 250 businesses of all… read more … about Have your say on the future of development in Park ward>>

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

Calderdale residents are being asked for their views on pharmacy services in the borough. Calderdale Council’s Health and Wellbeing Board is undertaking what’s known as a Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment – a legal requirement assessing local people’s current and future needs for community pharmacy services. The results are used to inform decisions by local authorities, NHS… read more … about Have your say on Calderdale pharmacy services>>

Cllr Tim Swift

Calderdale residents are being asked to share their thoughts about what it’s like to live in the borough to help inform ambitions for the future. The Vision perception survey gathers the views of local residents each year to help shape the Vision for Calderdale, as the borough approaches its 50th birthday in the year 2024…. read more … about Have your say and help shape Calderdale’s future>>

Cllr Tim Swift