Shaping the future of the Green Economy in Calderdale

Businesses and community groups in Calderdale are invited to attend the Economy and Environment Scrutiny Panel on Wednesday 4 December, to give feedback and have their say about the Green Economy, and issues such as improving energy efficiency across the borough.

Calderdale’s Council’s Economy and Environment Scrutiny Panel recently appointed the group to look at various aspects of the Green Economy in Calderdale, including its relationship with the Leeds City Region.

The Scrutiny Review Group is particularly keen to hear the views of businesses and social and community enterprises in Calderdale involved in the Green Economy and will be holding a drop-in session for businesses at Halifax Town Hall on Wednesday 4 December, 2013 between 10am and 1pm     

Calderdale Council’s Scrutiny Chair for Economy and Environment, Cllr Scott Benton, said:

“This Scrutiny Review meeting gives all organisations involved in the green economy the opportunity to contribute their views to this important piece of work and to feed in further valuable information to help plan for the future.

“If you are able to, please take the opportunity to meet with Review Group Councillors and express your views on the day at the drop in session arranged for Wednesday 4 December, 2013 at Halifax Town Hall between 10am and 1pm.  Alternatively, if you wish to make a written submission, either e-mail it to Paul Preston, Scrutiny Support Officer: or by post to the Scrutiny Support Office, Room 10, Halifax Town Hall, Crossley Street, Halifax, HX1 1UJ.”              

For an informal discussion about this event, please feel free to contact Councillor Jenny Lynn, Co-Chair of the Review Group on 07801 275674.  Should you wish to confirm your attendance in advance of the drop-in session, please contact Paul Preston on 01422 393250.

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