Update 4.30pm, 16 February
Following a tough week we would like to thank all our staff, partners, volunteers and communities for working closely together over the past week to help and support each other. There is still lots to do in the coming weeks following Storm Ciara but we are grateful …
The Environment Agency is continuing to respond to the impacts of Storm Ciara which has brought devastating flooding to over 400 properties in Yorkshire of which over 200 are in Mytholmroyd. Our thoughts go out to all those businesses and residents who have been affected.
The Environment Agency& …
Around 600 businesses in Calderdale flooded by Storm Ciara
Grants available for eligible SMEs
The Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (the LEP) has created a £2 million recovery fund for businesses in Calderdale that were devastated by flooding following Storm Ciara. …
Press release from Yorkshire Water
Yorkshire Water will be doing its bit to help customers affected by Storm Ciara by offsetting the cost of increased bills caused by the floods.
The storm has caused havoc across the county, with rising river levels leading to widespread flooding. …
Press release from Calderdale Council
Storm Ciara brought devastating flooding across Calderdale on Sunday 9 February.
Heavy and persistent rain led to widespread flooding, causing several road and building closures and flooding to homes and businesses.
Local residents, flood wardens and …
We have made the following arrangements for businesses who have flood related waste:
General flood waste can be taken directly to Todmorden HWRC and Halifax Transfer Loading Station. Opening times for Todmorden can be found here and for Halifax here.
Brick, rubble and plasterboard needs …
A number of skips are now available across Calderdale for residents and businesses to use if they have any flood related waste that needs disposing. These are only for flood damaged goods and the sites are being monitored by the flood hubs to prevent misuse. Please do not use these skips to dispose …
You should avoid contact with flood water or items that have been exposed unless you are wearing protective clothing and gloves.
If your food business has been affected by the flooding and you need an advisor to visit or advice over the phone, please contact our Environmental Health …
Last updated 10am, Sunday 16 February
Community support hubs
Over the weekend the hubs are open 10am-4pm at the following locations:
Todmorden – Sunday (Town Hall, Bridge St, Todmorden OL14 5AA)
Hebden Bridge – Saturday and Sunday (Town Hall, St George's St, Hebden …
We have temporarily suspended charging for bulky waste collection in all our flood affected areas. We will remove flood damaged items free of charge. To arrange a collection please contact Customer First on 01422 288001 or at email@example.com or make a request through your local …