Monthly Archives: February 2022

This national Empty Homes Week, (Monday 28 February – Sunday 6 March) Calderdale Council is highlighting the support available and the work that takes place to help bring empty properties back into use. Long-term empty homes can cause nuisance to neighbours, potentially attracting anti-social behaviour and vandalism, as well as being a wasted resource in… read more … about Support available to turn empty houses into happy homes>>

Calderdale Council’s Leader, Cllr Tim Swift, has shared a message of support this afternoon for Ukrainians around the world: “There are many residents in Calderdale who have family and friends in Ukraine, who will be concerned and fearful about what the future holds. They and their families have my support and my solidarity, and that… read more … about Statement from Council Leader, Cllr Tim Swift>>

Cllr Tim Swift, Leader of Calderdale Council

Road users in Calderdale are being urged to make themselves aware of upcoming changes to bus lane restrictions. There are currently four area in Calderdale with designated bus lanes, these are: A646 Burnley Road, King Cross (eastbound) A629 Huddersfield Road (Calderdale Way), Ainley Top (southbound) A629 Skircoat Road, Skircoat (northbound) A629 Huddersfield Road, Skircoat (southbound)… read more … about Be aware of upcoming bus lane changes>>

Calderdale logo

Road closures are scheduled for Gooder Lane, Railway Street, Bridge End and Rastrick Common in Brighouse to allow for essential maintenance.  Calderdale Council is to carry out work on Gooder Lane and Rastrick Common between Huddersfield Road and School Green. The work is due to start on Monday 28 February and involves the planing and… read more … about Essential maintenance on roads between Brighouse and Rastrick>>

Roadworks

Work will soon begin on the exciting, new leisure centre in Halifax – with this multi-million pound investment bringing state-of-the-art facilities to the borough. Calderdale Council is investing in the development of a new leisure centre and swimming pool on the site of the existing North Bridge Leisure Centre, bringing top-class, combined facilities to Calderdale’s… read more … about Council ready to move with new leisure facility>>

Services at Halifax Bus Station are set to change from later this month (February) as work progresses on a new £17.7 million state-of-the-art facility delivered by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority in partnership with Calderdale Council. Alongside improved passenger facilities and better access to the town centre, plans for the new station include environmentally friendly… read more … about Changes to services at Halifax Bus Station as work progresses on new £17.7 million state-of-the-art facility>>

Halifax bus station

Maintenance work is taking place at Brighouse and Sowerby Bridge swimming pools to ensure the best water quality for customers. During the week beginning Monday 21 February, the sand filter system is being replaced at Brighouse and Sowerby Bridge pools. This will require the closure of the teaching pool from Monday 21 to Wednesday 23… read more … about Amended swimming timetables for essential maintenance>>

Councillor Jenny Lynn