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Environment Health
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Wildflower Sites

    Calderdale Council
    Sites where wildflowers have been sown as part of the Grow Wild Project - Calderdale Corridors of Colour, co-ordinated by Safer & Stronger Communities. Please contact Mark Dempsey at mark.dempsey@calderdale.gov.uk if you have suggestions for other potential public spaces that would benefit from a wildflower site. For further info on Grow Wild projects visit Grow Wild
  • Updated 4 months ago

    Calderdale IMD 2015 Results at LSOA, Neighbourhood and Ward

    Calderdale Council
    The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) is one of a set of English indices of deprivation, and are released by the Department for Communities and Local Government every three to five years. The latest statistics are for 2015, and use data from 2012 to 2013. IMD results are sometimes used as criteria for external funding bids (eg Big Lottery). IMD 2015 is the Government’s official measure of relative deprivation for LSOAs. LSOAs are sma...
  • Updated 7 months ago

    Council Budget

    Calderdale Council
    The council budget for Calderdale Council as agreed by the full Council at the annual budget meeting (known as the Base budget). The data is broken down by service, cost centre and type of cost. See also Annual council budget dashboard
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Local Nature Reserves

    Calderdale Council
    Sites owned or managed by the local authority and designated for their importance for wildlife or geology and people.  For more information please see our online map Unitary Development Plan 2006. This data has been derived from Ordnance Survey base mapping. (C) Crown copyright [and database rights] (2019) OS (licence 100023069).
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Openspace - Urban

    Calderdale Council
    Openspace urban – Urban Open Space. The Council’s main objectives for open space, sport and recreation facilities are to: provide a wide range of high quality open space and sport and recreation facilities that are accessible to all residents of the District and increase the provision of these in areas of demand where resources permit; protect existing open spaces and sport and recreation facilities from inappropriate development; and p...
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Openspace - Rural

    Calderdale Council
    Openspace rural – Rural Open Space. The Council’s main objectives for open space, sport and recreation facilities are to: provide a wide range of high quality open space and sport and recreation facilities that are accessible to all residents of the District and increase the provision of these in areas of demand where resources permit; protect existing open spaces and sport and recreation facilities from inappropriate development; and p...
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Historic Parks and Gardens - National

    Calderdale Council
    Historic parks and gardens – National – Registered Historic Parks and Gardens are of national importance. For more information please see our online map Unitary Development Plan 2006. This data has been derived from Ordnance Survey base mapping. (C) Crown copyright [and database rights] (2019) OS (licence 100023069).
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Historic Parks and Gardens - Local

    Calderdale Council
    Historic parks and gardens – Local – Unregistered gardens, parks, cemeteries and other local spaces that contribute to the regional or local environment and heritage. For more information please see our online map Unitary Development Plan 2006. This data has been derived from Ordnance Survey base mapping. (C) Crown copyright [and database rights] (2019) OS (licence 100023069).
  • Updated 9 months ago

    Greenbelt

    Calderdale Council
    Green Belt - The functions of the Green Belt are to: check the unrestricted sprawl of large built-up areas; prevent neighbouring towns from merging into one another; assist in safeguarding the countryside from encroachment; preserve the setting and special character of historic towns; and assist in urban regeneration, by encouraging the recycling of derelict and other urban land. For more information please see our online map Unitary De...
  • Updated a year ago

    Joint Strategic Needs Assessment

    Calderdale Council
    The Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an indispensable tool to support local groups, organisations and other interested parties who want to know more about the population health needs of Calderdale. The primary purpose of the JSNA is to paint the big picture in terms of current and future health and wellbeing needs of the people of Calderdale. The JSNA is the first place that local groups, organisations, commissioners and pr...