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Calderdale Council is carrying out essential maintenance to Skircoat Moor Road, Skircoat Green Road and the Dryclough Lane junction in Halifax. Work will start on Monday 5 September to plane and resurface the carriageway surface of Skircoat Moor Road from Birdcage Lane down to and including the Skircoat Green Road / Dryclough Lane crossroadsand Skircoat… read more … about Essential maintenance on roads in Skircoat>>

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Improvement works have begun at Halifax Borough Market this week, marking the start of the first major project funded by the Future High Streets Fund in Halifax. Revitalising the stunning Victorian market hall is a key part of the £11.7 million Future High Streets work planned across Halifax town centre. The Grade II* listed Borough… read more … about Halifax Borough Market works kickstart high street transformation>>

Halifax Borough Market

On GCSE results day 2022, Cllr Adam Wilkinson, Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People’s Services, said: “Congratulations and well done to everyone getting their GCSE results today. “Students receiving their results this year began their GCSE study years in 2020, meaning they’ve experienced some of the most challenging years faced by the… read more … about Congratulations to GCSE students>>

Cllr Adam Wilkinson

Landowners and farmers in the Brighouse area are invited to find out more about funding available to implement Natural Flood Management (NFM) measures on their land, supporting a wider project to reduce flood risk and deliver environmental benefits in the town. The watercourses of Brighouse are part of what makes the town distinctive, but with… read more … about Grants to help reduce flood risk in Brighouse>>

Attenuation basin near Hebden Bridge

The hard work and dedication of Calderdale Council staff, volunteers and local partner organisations was celebrated at the annual Our Stars awards ceremony on Thursday 11 August.  The event, at the Shay Stadium in Halifax, was last held in 2019, offering an opportunity to celebrate staff achievements, talent, resilience and kindness for the first time… read more … about Celebrating Our Stars>>

Our Stars Awards

On A-level results day 2022, Cllr Adam Wilkinson, Calderdale Council’s Cabinet Member for Children and Young People’s Services, said: “I’d like to congratulate all the Calderdale students receiving their A-Level results today and wish them all the very best for the future, whatever their plans. “Students receiving their results today have shown incredible resilience as… read more … about Congratulations to A-level students>>

Cllr Adam Wilkinson

Calderdale Council is supporting the legacy of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games with a number of initiatives to inspire all ages to participate in physical activity. The games, which took place in Birmingham, have created memories of sporting achievements, but these are joined by images of children learning to swim, young people representing local athletics clubs,… read more … about Supporting activities ‘United by Birmingham’>>

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The final public consultation on Calderdale’s Local Plan covering changes known as ‘main modifications’ will begin on Friday 12 August 2022. Residents and businesses will have the chance to have their say about the changes during an eight-week consultation, which will close at 5pm on Friday 7 October 2022. In March 2022, the Council received… read more … about Last steps for the Local Plan>>

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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>>

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