Category: Silsden Town Council

Bradford Council’s Stockbridge depot falls victim to proposed budget cuts

Keighley and Worth Valley councillors have spoken of their fears for road safety and maintenance in the district if a council depot in Keighley succumbs to budget cuts. As part of Bradford Council proposals to try and slash £82 million

Posted in B. M. D.C, Facilities, Maintenance, News

PLAN-IT Newsletter October 2016



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

Plan-It, Bradford’s planning newsletter for Mar 2016

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

Mixed response for council’s “vastly improved” offer to save Silsden library from closure

5:34am Thursday 28th January 2016 By David Knights   A COUNCIL offer to subsidise a proposed community-run library in Silsden has received a mixed response from local politicians. Cllr Adrian Naylor has welcomed Bradford’s latest proposal to save the library

Posted in Activities, Facilities, News, Silsden Town Council, Town Hall Refurb

Plan-It, Bradford’s planning newsletter for Nov 2015

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

Neighbourhood Plan for Silsden and Steeton-with-Eastburn

Call for Sites: Silsden and Steeton-with-Eastburn. The Local Councils of  of Silsden and Steeton-with-Eastburn have joined forces to create a neighbourhood plan, setting out the joint vision for the two communities into the future. The aim of the plan is

Posted in L. Development Framework, Neighbourhood Plan, Silsden Town Council

Flood Protection Gates for Silsden Beck

It has been about two years in the planning and construction,  of the flood gates which will prevent a repeat of past floods of St Johns Street, Silsden. The idea was first conceived several years ago but getting permission has not

Posted in Pictures, Silsden Town Council

BMDC Budget Consultation

Council Budget Consultation                                                          20 September 2013 I am writing to invite your

Posted in B. M. D.C, Silsden Town Council