Monthly Archives: January 2022

Protecting communities and supporting businesses through the pandemic, building a strong recovery, and ensuring the Council maintains financial stability are the priorities for the Cabinet’s budget proposals for the next financial year. The budget proposals were presented by the Leader of the Council at a Cabinet meeting on Monday 17 January 2022, marking the start… read more … about A robust and balanced budget>>

Cllr Tim Swift

Calderdale Council’s sports service has launched its new membership campaign for 2022, with flexible joining options to suit everybody. As well as annual one-off payment options, membership options launched for the new year include a ‘no tie-in’ monthly membership. This rolling Direct Debit option can be cancelled at any time with 30 days’ notice. Both… read more … about New flexible sports membership to help make 2022 your year>>

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

A range of Calderdale businesses can now apply for grants to soften the impact of the COVID-19 Omicron variant. Calderdale Council has received around £2.1 million from the Government’s £1 billion Omicron Hospitality and Leisure Grant. The money will be used to support severely affected hospitality, leisure and accommodation businesses with one-off grants of up… read more … about A helping hand for COVID-affected businesses>>

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Residents in the Beech Hill area of Halifax will soon benefit from significant home improvement works, as funding for the scheme has been officially agreed and contractors appointed.  A range of essential improvement work is being carried out on the mixed tenure housing estate, as part of the second phase of an extensive programme of… read more … about Major improvement works progressing at Beech Hill>>

Cllr Patient

Calderdale Council continues to support the borough’s visitor economy, with a new team working to create and promote trade and tourism and safely welcome people back to Calderdale. As part of work to support the borough’s ongoing recovery from the continued impacts of COVID-19, a new place development team has been set up to provide… read more … about New team supports a safe and vibrant visitor experience>>

Cllr Jane Scullion

Calderdale Council is investing further in an exciting future for North Halifax, in support of our vision to create vibrant and sustainable places with new and improved services for our communities. The communities of North Halifax are situated on the outskirts of the town centre and made up of the wards of Ovenden and Illingworth… read more … about Investing in the future of North Halifax>>

Cllr Tim Swift

In response to the UK recording more than 150,000 COVID-related deaths since the start of the pandemic, Calderdale Council’s Leader, Cllr Tim Swift, said: “This is an incredibly sad and significant milestone. Each figure represents the tragic loss of a person to this cruel disease, as well as grieving loved ones and communities. We send… read more … about Calderdale Council statement on the UK recording over 150,000 COVID-related deaths>>

Town Hall flag at half-mast

A brand new, top-class leisure centre and swimming pool for Halifax could move a step closer to construction, as Cabinet Members discuss the next stages of the ambitious project to bring major benefits to the whole community. At Calderdale Council’s Cabinet meeting on Monday 17 January, Members will consider whether to recommend to Full Council… read more … about A vision for sport and leisure in Halifax>>