Archive for Month: November 2013

  • Funding for three local groups

    Shipley Area Committee grants panel (chaired by David) have recommend that Youth Opportunity funding should be allocated to two local groups. Our ever popular Youth Cafe applied for £1167 to run additional sessions on health issues identified by cafe customers, sessions will take place both at the cafe and on the outreach bus, while 3rd Bingley (All…

  • Labours Local Plan for development

    The Labour run council want to concrete over at least 115 acres of Bingley countryside in their assault on the green belt to provide an additional 1400 houses while 100’s of acres of brown field sites have remained undeveloped and many derelict for years, throughout the Bradford district. Back in January 2012 in the T&A…

  • Aldi move to Bingley

    Aldi have submitted their planning application for the development of a new store at the now cleared Lilycroft Mills site. If you wish to take a look at the proposals you can access planning via our link in “Links” and pop in when asked the following reference 13/04347/MAF

  • Sainsbury pull out of Bingley

    Back in October your three Councillors wrote to Justin King, CEO of Sainsbury, to express our dissatisfaction and that of many local residents and businesses, at the lack of progress on their store proposal and that they should get on with it or let someone else take up the challenge. Sainsbury have now announced they…

  • Remembrance Sunday 10th November

    The annual remembrance parade to honour service personnel that have made the ultimate sacrifice  forms up outside the Arts Centre at 10:20 and marches at 10:40 into Myrtle Park for the service and wreath laying at the Cenotaph.

  • Welcome to our website

    Your three councillors are committed to making it easy to get in touch and sharing information with you, our website will add another way to access information and comments.