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  • Updated 22 days ago

    State of Calderdale 2018: Build a sustainable future

    Calderdale Council
    The State of Calderdale assembly brings together key representatives from the public, private, and voluntary and community sectors. As part of the event, Calderdale Council prepare a data pack to provide signposts to the key issues that inform the Council's three priorities. This is the section of the data pack on the priority 'Build a sustainable future', including the data used in it's creation. The other sections of the data pack, ...
  • Updated 22 days ago

    State of Calderdale 2018

    Calderdale Council
    The State of Calderdale assembly is held annually. It is hosted by Calderdale Council to bring together key representatives from the public, private, and voluntary and community sectors. Each organisation has its own priorities, many of which are similar to other organisations in the borough. The event enables a discussion between all partners as to how to meet these priorities, identify where there may be gaps and provide opportunities...
  • Updated 22 days ago

    Councillor Allowances and Expenses

    Calderdale Council
    Monthly figures, published here under the Council's Members' Allowances Scheme, including basic allowance, special responsibility allowance, travel and subsistence, dependent carer allowance, mayoral allowance, and co-optees allowances. More information on our Councillors can be found at: Your Councillors; The Constitution
  • Updated 22 days ago

    Polling Districts

    Calderdale Council
    Polling districts in Calderdale. These files contain the shape, extent and location of polling districts, and polling district code. Below are maps of each ward with the polling district names and boundaries marked on. To find out where all polling stations are sited, see Polling stations You can find information on polling stations, candidates, elections and MPs at Democracy Club . Also available is the polling districts/stations sch...
  • Updated 24 days ago

    Calderdale IMD 2019 results

    Calderdale Council
    The Index of multiple deprivation (IMD) combines information from the English Indices of deprivation (IoD). It is the Government's official measure of relative deprivation for LSOAs (Lower layer super output areas). LSOAs are small geographical areas of approximately 1,700 people. There are 128 LSOAs in Calderdale. The IoD is a set of relative measures of deprivation for LSOAs across England, based on seven different domains of deprivat...
  • Updated a month ago

    Inclusive Economy

    Calderdale Council
    The Organisation for Economy Cooperation and Development (OECD) defines inclusive as "economic growth that creates opportunity for all segments of the population and distributes the dividends of increased prosperity, both in monetary and non-monetary terms, fairly across society". The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) have identified a list of 18 Inclusive growth monitor indicators which they feel will provide a good benchmark of how an ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Estimates of Station Usage

    Office of Rail and Road
    Figures are based on ticket sales data recorded in rail industry systems. These are estimates and users should read the accompanying report in order to understand the limitations of the dataset.  The data has been collected differently from 2017-2018; the Entries and Exit totals are recorded together rather than separately.
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Children's Centre Boundary Areas

    Calderdale Council
    These files contain the shape, extent, location (X and Y Co-ordinates) and postcodes of the boundary areas. The PDF map shows the defined reach areas for each Children centre labelled with the name and boundary extent.
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Travel and Subsistence Rates

    Calderdale Council
    Travel and subsistence rates for council staff.
  • Updated 2 months ago

    Apprentice levy returns

    Calderdale Council
    The majority of public bodies with 250 or more staff employed in England are considered to be in scope of meeting the Department for Education apprenticeship target, and should have a target to employ an average of at least 2.3% of their staff as new apprentice starts over the period of 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2021. As part of this duty, Calderdale Council is required to publish their Data publication. This gives the total headcount em...