Category Archives: Housing

Calderdale Council is proposing a new plan of action for housing over the next five years, to help boost the quality of homes, life and the environment. Cabinet Members will discuss the Calderdale Housing Strategy 2021-2026 at their meeting on Monday 4 October. Housing plays a major role in the Vision2024 for Calderdale by helping… read more … about Housing plan aims to boost quality of life>>

Cllr Patient

New images have been released giving people a first look inside a unique £13 million housing development for over 55s. The scheme, Railway Bridge View in Brighouse, will see the creation of 65 one and two bed apartments – most available for affordable rent but some through shared ownership – as well as a range… read more … about First look inside pioneering multi-million-pound housing project>>

Railway Bridge View

The second phase of an extensive programme of work to regenerate the Beech Hill area of Halifax is being discussed by Calderdale Council’s Cabinet on Monday 2 August 2021. Members will discuss proposals and funding arrangements to carry out improvement work on 70 existing properties in the Beech Hill area. This second phase of work… read more … about Transforming the Beech Hill area of Halifax>>

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As part of the ongoing recovery from COVID-19, Calderdale Council continues to reshape its services to ensure they are fit-for-purpose, protect the most vulnerable people and help deliver a more sustainable financial position for the Future Council. The pandemic has brought many challenges, but also opportunities to transform the way the Council meets local people’s… read more … about Supporting our residents most at risk>>

Councillor Jenny Lynn

Calderdale Council’s new three-year strategy to end rough sleeping, prevent homelessness and support people in need will be discussed at its Cabinet meeting on Monday 7 June. The Council understands the impact that rough sleeping and homelessness can have on individuals, families and communities. It does all it can, working with local partner organisations, to… read more … about Boosting support for rough sleepers and homeless people in Calderdale>>

Rough sleeper

Work has started on the construction of over 100 affordable family homes on the Beech Hill estate in Halifax. The development includes a mix of two, three, four and five-bedroom homes, which will be available for affordable rent via Together Housing Group. The project will also include a cycle route, landscaping, public open space, parking… read more … about Work starts on £15.5m affordable housing scheme in Halifax>>

Beech Hill start on site

This Empty Homes Week (15-24 February), Calderdale Council is highlighting the ways in which it encourages and supports owners to bring new life into their empty properties. There are currently around 1700 empty properties in Calderdale. This figure has increased over the last 12 months, potentially due to planned work stalling due to the COVID… read more … about Support available to make an empty house a home>>

Empty homes week 2021

Calderdale has been awarded over £800,000 in Government funding to support rough sleepers in the borough. Following a successful bid as part of the Next Steps Accommodation Programme (NSAP), £821,000 has been awarded to the Council to provide long-term homes for some of Calderdale’s most vulnerable residents. Rough sleeping and homelessness is a concern every… read more … about Supporting those at risk of homelessness>>

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The second stage of Local Plan examination hearings by an independent Planning Inspector will begin on Tuesday 6 October 2020. The Inspector is appointed by the Secretary of State for the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government to consider a range of issues relating to the draft Local Plan, including housing, employment, transport, town… read more … about Local Plan reaches Second Stage>>

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