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With just over two weeks to go until the start of the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire, race organisers Welcome to Yorkshire and A.S.O have revealed the jerseys and full list of official partners.  The jerseys for the men’s race (which runs between 28-30 April) are being produced by sportswear brand Le Coq Sportif and four… read more … about 2017 Official Tour de Yorkshire Jerseys and Partners Revealed>>

Low Res TDY 2017 Jerseys

Businesses in Calderdale are being reminded of their responsibilities for disposing of commercial waste, as Calderdale Council continues to crackdown on fly-tipping in the borough.  Nearly 10,000 local businesses have been contacted by Calderdale Council, to inform them of their duty to dispose of commercial waste correctly. Environmental Health Officers will also shortly be visiting… read more … about Crackdown on commercial waste disposal>>

Fly-tipping before the clean up

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>>

Cyclists

Visitors to Todmorden Town Hall will soon be able to enjoy a new photography exhibition representing the people of Todmorden.  Photographer Andy Wade will be displaying a collection of his images at his exhibition, entitled Todmorden: Portraits from a Town. The photographs attempt to reveal some of the background and context behind some of the… read more … about Todmorden: Portraits from a Town>>

Todmorden Town Hall

West Yorkshire Combined Authority is encouraging people in West Yorkshire to take part in a consultation on a West Yorkshire Bus Strategy Accessibility Policy.  Accessing the bus network is an issue for many people and is of particular importance for bus users with disabilities or mobility difficulties. Ensuring accessibility for all raises a number of… read more … about West Yorkshire Combined Authority seeking public’s views on bus accessibility>>

WYCA

Yesterday’s West Yorkshire Combined Authority meeting welcomed an upturn in the construction of new housing across the City Region. Combined Authority members heard that the Leeds City Region’s districts have delivered over 10,000 additional new homes in 2015/16 and that the number of planning permissions for housing has increased significantly from 7,600 in 2012/13 to… read more … about Upturn in Leeds City Region house building welcomed by Combined Authority alongside moves to adopt a comprehensive low emission strategy across the region>>

Cllr Tim Swift