Category Archives: Digital

Residents and businesses are being asked to share their views on Calderdale’s community website which helps people before, during and after a flood. Eye on Calderdale ( link)) gives the latest information on flooding, weather warnings and traffic disruption in Calderdale, as well as advice on being prepared and updates on flood recovery and resilience… read more … about Have your say on flooding website>>

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£8.5 million programme for SMEs to invest in digital technology and skills Up to £5,000 available per business to invest in new technologies Masterclasses and workshops to launch later in the year to offer mentoring for business owners and managers The North’s digital economy is creating jobs 10 times faster than other sectors and this… read more … about New digital support and funding for SMEs in Leeds City Region>>

Calderdale residents can now see how the Council rates against other northern boroughs, with the launch of the new performance dashboard website.  Calderdale Council’s mission is to ‘be the best borough in the north’. To achieve this, the Council is focusing on three priorities – grow the economy, reduce inequalities, and build a sustainable future…. read more … about How does Calderdale compare?>>

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Open-source and technical communities consultancy AB Open has opened a call for businesses in the Calderdale area to participate in a free long-range wireless communications network testbed built with the Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications in mind, as part of the IoTUK Boost project launched by the Digital and Future Cities Catapults…. read more … about AB Open invites Calderdale businesses to participate in LPWAN technology programme>>

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Calderdale residents, or those with family or historic ancestral connections to the borough, are now able to access burial and cremation records online.  In partnership with link), Calderdale Council has scanned and created digital versions of all burial and cremation records going back to the 1840s to enable easy and fast searching for family… read more … about Family research goes digital>>


Calderdale residents are showing their love for all things digital, as the use of the Council’s online payment service has rocketed.  In the last five years, the use of the Council website for paying council tax, business rates, parking charges and other online payment options has increased by almost £2million.   Over £5million was paid on… read more … about Reviewing our progress>>

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Local college students are gaining vital work experience and helping to modernise Calderdale Council through new digital technology, thanks to a project between the Council and Calderdale College.  The Council invited students from the College’s Digital Leaders programme to work with its Workforce Development team for a day a week until the end of June…. read more … about Digital project brings learning to life>>