Category Archives: Next Chapter

A major new document showing how Calderdale Council will improve life for residents, businesses and visitors at a time of significant challenge, will be discussed at its next Cabinet meeting. On Monday 12 September, Cabinet Members will be asked to approve Calderdale Council’s Corporate Plan 2022-2024. The plan outlines how the Council, together with other… read more … about A plan to make life in Calderdale better for all>>

Cllr Jane Scullion

After an extensive consultation over the past three years, the Brighouse Deal plans that will write a new chapter in the story of the town have been submitted to the Government. The business cases for the £19.1m proposals have been approved by Calderdale Council and the Brighouse Town Deal Board, made up of representatives from… read more … about Key moment for Brighouse Deal as £19.1million plans submitted>>

Brighouse view

Calderdale Council has pledged its support for the future of the Mixenden Hub scheme, following a Cabinet decision to approve the revised development strategy for the important regeneration project. The Council has been working to deliver a sustainable long-term development at the Mixenden Hub site for a significant period. The site has been cleared for… read more … about Demonstrating commitment to community facilities in the heart of Mixenden>>

Cllr Jane Scullion

Two of Calderdale’s flagship regeneration projects have been shortlisted for the Insider Yorkshire Property Industry Awards 2022. The Northgate House commercial development is a finalist in the Fit-out / Refurbishment of the Year category, and the Beech Hill housing scheme is up for Residential Development of the Year (in the ‘more than 100 homes’ sub-category)…. read more … about Shortlist success for transformational projects>>

Northgate House, Halifax

A £75.5 million project, designed to improve travel for all modes of transport, on and around the A641 through Brighouse has moved a step closer, following further approvals from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority. Calderdale Council is working with the Combined Authority and in collaboration with Bradford and Kirklees councils, on plans to improve the… read more … about Moving forward with A641 improvement scheme>>

A641

Local people can join the conversation on how the streets where they live, work or travel could be improved in the Skircoat area of Calderdale. Calderdale Council has launched a new survey to listen to residents’ views on how their experience of walking, cycling and spending time in the streets around Skircoat could be made… read more … about Your streets, your views>>

Calderdale logo

Plans are on track to improve Halifax Rail Station and the surrounding area, with feedback from a recent consultation being used to shape the project. Calderdale Council, in partnership with Network Rail, is developing plans to transform the station building and improve access and its facilities. The £30million-plus project, which is being funded by the… read more … about Station plans on the right track>>

Halifax station proposed exterior

Work has started on a major road improvement programme, set to improve journey times, reduce congestion and support active travel on and around one of the busiest routes in Calderdale. The A646/A6033 Corridor Improvement Programme is being delivered in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and aims to address long-standing issues with congestion, especially… read more … about Transforming travel around Todmorden>>

Cllr Jane Scullion, Calderdale Council's Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Resources

Planning is underway for safer and healthier streets around three schools in Calderdale, and local people are invited to share their thoughts. Calderdale Council is planning to reduce traffic and build a safe, healthy and attractive environment for people of all ages to walk, cycle, rest and play in the streets around Ash Green Community… read more … about Have your say on safer, greener and healthier streets>>

Ash Green School proposals