Calderdale Data Works provides open data which is freely available and can be used by anyone to use and republish, without restrictions.

We want Calderdale to become a technical and digital hub and Open Data is a big part of that. Collaboration is key to delivering big priorities like economic growth, social inclusion and public service transformation.

Get involved: use our data, share your ideas, read our stories, submit your own data and help us build a bigger, richer picture of Calderdale.

Latest Datasets

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    Crime and Safety Data

    Simplifying Crime Data for Local Authorities. Trafford Innovation Lab have produced this tool which pulls data automatically from data.police.uk, and counts it according to the selected geography. Calderdale specific data is available, along with...
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    Environmental Permits

    Details of Environmental Permits including a description of the process permitted and permit holder details. 
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    Contracts

    List of Council Contracts including title, service, type, supplier, value and dates.  This information is published as part of the Local Government Transparency Code. 
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    Procurement Card Transactions

    All Government Procurement Card Transactions made by Calderdale Council. Amount paid shown net of VAT. This is the actual cost to the Council. This information is published as part of the Local Government Transparency Code. 
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    Payments to Suppliers

    Payments to suppliers with a value over £500 apart from benefit payments and employee pay.  This information is published as part of the Local Government Transparency Code. 
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Latest News

  • xmas4 December 12, 2016Open Data Advent Calendar - For some festive open data inspiration, our friends at ODI Leeds have created an advent calendar showcasing some great examples of open data in action, including Wee three kings (public toilets map) and The Nightmare after Christmas (Boxing day floods). Check back throughout December for your daily dose of festive open data: Open Data Advent … Read More »
  • October 25, 2016#HighwaysHack - #HighwaysHack took place on 21 and 22 October 2016 at the ODI Leeds. The hack was organised by Highways England and the ODI Leeds and tried to tackle problems and find solutions in transport. Over 100 people attended the hack where there were three challenges; Better journeys for everyone Lane availability The future of the network See #HighwaysHack for details of … Read More »