Category Archives: Parking

It’s now less than month until the Tour de Yorkshire cycles into Calderdale, and visitors and residents are being reminded of the road closure arrangements on the day.  On Sunday 30 April, 18 teams of cyclists will travel through Calderdale as part of Stage 3 of the race. To make sure that spectators, cyclists, support… read more … about Travel plans for the Tour>>


Recommendations to improve parking in Calderdale and revise parking charges to support highway investment will be considered by the Council’s Cabinet on Monday 12 December 2016. This discussion will mark the final stage in the current review of parking charges across Calderdale before changes come into effect. It has been five years since the Council… read more … about Improving parking in Calderdale>>

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Visitors to Halifax now have more options for car parking, as a temporary car park has opened on the former Cow Green multi-storey town centre site.  The original car park was closed in 2013 due to severe structural deterioration. In February this year, it was demolished and the site cleared for redevelopment.  While future development… read more … about Extra parking option for Halifax>>

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Detailed plans to improve parking in Calderdale and raise income to support highway investment will be discussed by Calderdale Council’s Economy and Environment Scrutiny Panel on Thursday 3 November. This comes after initial options were discussed by Scrutiny and Cabinet last month for a range of changes in the parking service to support local businesses… read more … about Parking improvements to be discussed>>

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An army of staff from Calderdale Council and the emergency services are taking to the streets of Halifax on a mission to clean up the town centre and make it an even better place to be. In a week of targeted action from Sunday 23 to Saturday 29 October, the Council, West Yorkshire Police and… read more … about Keeping Calderdale safe, clean and green>>

Cleaning our streets

At the meeting of Calderdale Council’s Cabinet on Monday 12 September, councillors discussed ways of improving parking services, to support both local business and the Council’s financial position, in the light of continuing funding cuts from central government.  After discussions at Scrutiny and at the Cabinet meeting on initial options, Cabinet has now asked the… read more … about Council continues parking discussion>>

Cllr Barry Collins

On Monday 12 September Calderdale Council’s Cabinet will discuss ways of achieving £600,000 of savings from its parking services budget. The Council has agreed it needs to save over £400,000 in 2016/17 and a further £200,000 in 2017/18 from this area as part of existing plans to save £13.1 million overall by 2018. In addition,… read more … about Substantial savings needed in parking services>>

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