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Calderdale Data Works provides open data which is freely available and can be used and republished by anyone 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...

We are Calderdale Each year, Calderdale Council hold an assembly of public, private, community and voluntary sector partners. ‘We are Calderdale’ (previously called ‘State of Calderdale’) provides an opportunity to discuss how all our priorities can be met, identify gaps and provide opportunities to work together to improve life in Calderdale for all. The assembly has been held since 2018. Each year,...

Digital Calderdale provides a one stop shop for all things digital … we have it all! You can join in too: read our Digital and ICT (Information and Communication Technology) strategy, ask about code clubs at the Central library, or submit your own ideas for improvement. We are aiming to become the ‘Best Borough in the North’ for all things digital. Help...

Council elections This interactive dashboard provides the breakdown of the voting in ward elections since 2014. More detail on local, national and European elections, including the 2016 EU referendum results, can be found at Election results. You can select a particular year from the list or bar chart and the dashboards will respond. If you have any questions about how to use the...

Council Performance Overview dashboard: indicator definitions and comparator groups Indicator definitions; Comparator groups; Contact. The indicators listed on this page are used to measure the Council’s performance, see Council performance overview dashboard. Indicator definitions To ensure that we have good quality data that meets quality standards, each indicator needs to be properly defined at the outset. This requires each indicator to have an indicator initiation form,...

Schools datasets Schools data comes from several sources: School census data All schools and academies are required to submit a census to the Department for Education every term. The evidence and data contained within the census helps to provide a clearer picture of how the school system is working. The Department for Education use the data to ensure that funds are allocated to...

Calderdale dashboards Calderdale Perception Survey Complaints and Compliments Consistent Financial Reporting Council budgets Council performance overview Cycle Lane Counter DataWorks analytics Indices of deprivation Libraries Poverty in Calderdale: selected statistics Traffic count Ward elections

Complaints and compliments We value the feedback we receive from our customers and use these to improve and inform our services. You can find more about our complaints procedures at Calderdale Council: Complaints and compliments. This dashboard uses the data available in the Complaints and compliments dataset to give an interactive view of the number and breakdown of the complaints and compliments...

Calderdale wards Calderdale is a metropolitan district, situated in the South Pennines between Greater Manchester, and Leeds and Bradford. Within England, it is one of the larger districts by area, but one of the smallest by population, covering the towns of Brighouse, Elland, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden. The headline demographic statistics are: the district covers 140 square miles, or...

Census 2021 publications The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is releasing the data from Census 2021 in three phases. This began in Summer 2022 with the initial population data. These are links to all the main data sets and publications. We are also publishing links to data sets, reports and other publications using Census 2021 data on Calderdale elsewhere on DataWorks. These...