Flood defence work at Bacup Road finishes 0
A flood risk reduction scheme in the Bacup Road area of Todmorden is now complete.
The scheme was developed by the Environment Agency and Calderdale Council in response to the floods of 2012 and 2013 where properties and businesses in an around the Bacup Road area were badly affected.
The work has concentrated on a 2.2 mile section of Bacup Road between Gauxholme and the Todmorden …
Bridgefield Garage bounces back after Boxing Day floods 0
Press Release from Calderdale Council - Wednesday 22 June
Six months on from the Boxing Day floods, one company which demonstrates the grittiness and determination of local businesses is Bridgefield Garage in Elland, Calderdale.
The garage offers MOTs, repairs and tyres. On Boxing Day, the manager, Clive Braithwaite, found the canal flowing through the back door of the building …
‘Not a school day missed’ – How friendships blossomed following Storm Eva 0
Press Release by Calderdale Council - Tuesday 21 June
After Storm Eva hit, eight schools were severely affected by flooding. Two of these had to be evacuated completely and pupils are still being educated in alternative premises.
One of these schools is Burnley Road Academy, whose younger pupils are working at Savile Park School at Heath in Halifax.
The Head teacher of Burnley Road …
Essential maintenance on King Cross Street, Halifax 0
Calderdale Council Press Release - Wednesday 22 June
Overnight road closures are scheduled between Burdock Way and Hyde Park in Halifax, to allow essential maintenance to take place.
From Monday 18 July until Saturday 30 July, a programme of resurfacing work is scheduled for King Cross Street in Halifax around the Parkinson Lane and Swires Road junction.
A road closure will be in place …
Flood grants help hundreds of people 0
Press Release from Calderdale Council - Monday 20 June 2016
Calderdale Council has paid more than £3 million in grants so far to residents and businesses whose homes and premises were damaged by the floods in December 2015. This is through hundreds of grants to help people recover from the floods and protect their property against future flooding.
For example, 850 …
Mytholmroyd Flood Alleviation - Your questions answered 0
Reducing the risk of flooding is a priority for us. The government has given us extra funding to deliver a flood alleviation scheme that will benefit Mytholmroyd.
The Mytholmroyd action plan sets out the programme that will be implemented to further reduce flood risk to the town along with the anticipated timescales for delivery.
This document will answer questions that may be raised by …
Mytholmroyd Flood Alleviation - Explaining the action plan 0
An action plan for Mytholmroyd was commissioned by the Environment Secretary, Elizabeth Truss, following the flooding experienced throughout the Calder Valley on Boxing Day 2015. The plan sets out the programme that will be implemented to further reduce flood risk to the town along with the anticipated timescales for delivery.
Due to the devastating impact of the flooding in Mytholmroyd …
Mytholmroyd Flood Alleviation scheme 0
The Environment Agency has published its Action Plan for Mytholmroyd, setting out proposals to reduce the risk of flooding. Flood alleviation work will be starting on site later this year and the project team is busy preparing surveys and initial design options ready for consultation.
The team is keen to involve local people in the development of the plans and is setting up a Flood …
Overnight closures for essential works 0
Press Release from Calderdale Council - 2 June 2016
Residents and motorists in Cornholme are being advised of upcoming resurfacing works through the village on the A646 Burnley Road.
The condition of the road surface in Cornholme has deteriorated and the heavy rain over winter has made the problem worse. A programme of resurfacing work is scheduled for the first three weeks in August, …
Tell us about your flooding experience 0
Press Release by Calderdale Council
Tell us about your flooding experience
Calderdale Council wants to hear from anyone whose property was affected by the flooding caused by Storm Eva on 26 December 2015.
Councils have a statutory duty to undertake an investigation whenever there is a large scale flooding event in the borough and then publish a Section 19 report. …