Category: Development

Core Strategy Inspectors Report

Core Strategy Inspectors Report The Planning Inspectorate appointed Mr Stephen J Pratt BA(Hons) MRTPI as Independent Planning Inspector on behalf of the Secretary of State to take charge of the Examination of the Bradford District Core Strategy. The Programme Officer

Posted in B. M. D.C, Bypass, Development, Infrastructure, L. Development Framework, Neighbourhood Plan, News

Plan-IT Newsletter July 2017

Posted in B. M. D.C, Development, Neighbourhood Plan, News

Bradford Council proposes new traffic orders for Silsden

A traffic order is being advertised in Silsden recommending: No waiting at any time on two lengths of Bradley Road and No waiting at any time on two lengths of Belton Road and four lengths of Keighley Road. These intended restrictions

Posted in Infrastructure, News

The draft neighbourhood plan and associated maps – 2017

Steeton, Eastburn and Silsden Neighbourhood Development Plan 2017 – 2030, with associated maps A formal consultation on the content of the draft Neighbourhood Plan will run for 6 weeks from 3rd February to 17th March. The plan will be available on

Posted in Neighbourhood Plan, News

Bradford’s risk of flooding is due to be signed off

A “VERY late” assessment of Bradford’s risk of flooding is due to be signed off by Council bosses on Tuesday. And opposition councillors say they still fear the authority is not taking the threat of flooding seriously enough. Legislation introduced

Posted in Floods, Infrastructure, News

Plan-IT Newsletter October 2016

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Posted in B. M. D.C, L. Development Framework, News

Furious row breaks out as minister steps in to halt Bradford Council’s controversial development plan

A Government minister has stepped in to pause a controversial development blueprint, after Shipley’s MP raised fears about the scale of building in the green belt. But Bradford Council bosses have responded with anger, accusing Philip Davies of jeopardising the

Posted in Development, L. Development Framework, Neighbourhood Plan, News

Silsden is to get a new primary school on a greenfield site on the outskirts of town

From Keighley News Silsden is to get a new primary school on a greenfield site on the outskirts of town. The new campus, above Daisy Hill and Silsden Park, will bring together the existing Hothfield Junior School and Aire View

Posted in Development, Infrastructure, L. Development Framework, Neighbourhood Plan, News, Schools

Affordable Housing Cut in Silsden and Steeton?

From an article published in the Keighley News A housing developer wants to cut the amount of planned social housing in Eastburn by a third. Bid to slash affordable housing in Eastburn prompts call for policy review. Miller Homes will

Posted in Development, L. Development Framework, News

How will town cope?

The figure of 1,200 new homes would mean an average of two cars per house, going on for 2,400 more vehicles hitting the village/town. Plus there will be cars that visit these houses. Silsden cannot cope at the moment with

Posted in Facilities, Infrastructure, L. Development Framework, News, Schools
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