To all businesses moving goods between the UK and the EU and between GB and NI,
Calderdale Council continues to work with licensed premises to help them operate safely and protect customers, staff and the community from the ongoing risk of COVID-19.
The challenging budget situation currently faced by Calderdale Council will be discussed by Cabinet Members when they meet on Monday 3 August.
Calderdale Council has been shortlisted for two prestigious national awards, thanks to its pioneering work on tackling the climate emergency and supporting children and young people.
Local residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
All play areas and outdoor gyms in Calderdale are due to reopen by Friday 10 July – but the Council has issued important guidance to ensure everyone can enjoy the facilities safely, as COVID-19 is still within our communities.
Welcome to the latest edition of the quarterly economic report and thank you to all the companies who took the time to complete the survey during the current circumstances. Whilst the numbers make for grim reading this will likely be the most significant quarterly economic survey in three decades as policy makers look to the results in helping to guide recovery plans. The results present a dramatic picture of the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic on companies, jobs and the economy as a whole. Businesses across Calderdale, Kirklees and Wakefield are suffering – but there is more confidence here for the future than the rest of the country.