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 News

  • March 1, 2018Brownfield land registers: data and maps - All local planning authorities are required to publish and maintain Brownfield land registers as open data (see The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulations 2017). Land is classed as brownfield if it has been previously developed. You can see Calderdale’s Brownfield land register at DataWorks: Brownfield land register. All registers are required to … Read More »
  • January 24, 2018Ward profiles - Ever wondered what data is available for the ward that you live and / or work in? On Calderdale DataWorks, we’ve created a series of Ward profiles that provide data on many topics, such as demographics, health and income. Since we first highlighted the profiles in September 2016, these have been developed further to include … Read More »