Category: Infrastructure

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

Bradford Core Strategy Development Plan Document: Publication of Inspectors Report

This report provides the Inspectors findings, recommendations and conclusions (and the reasons behind these).  The Council is accordingly now publishing and making available the Inspectors Report and Appendix containing the Main Modifications required to make the plan sound and capable

Posted in Bypass, Development, Infrastructure, L. Development Framework, Neighbourhood Plan

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

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

The Trouble with the Bell Square Junction – the blind spot

The following sequence of pictures were taken from the viewpoint of a saloon car car driver exiting right from Bell Square onto Bolton Road. (Look out for the Landrover and the blue car circled in yellow) The blind spot does

Posted in Infrastructure, News, Pictures
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