Category: Crossflatts

  • Highways Safety Schemes

    Following the last Area Committee meeting we can update as follows:- Crossflatts safety scheme:- objections where heard and the scheme approved for implementation Bingley Grammar safety scheme:- objections where heard and the scheme approved for implementation Beckfoot / Hazelbeck safety scheme:- currently in design and consultation with emergency services Primrose Drive / Milner Farm:- traffic calming…

  • Road Safety Scheme Keighley Road

    Currently Bradford Council are consulting on safety improvements between Laurel Grove and Harold Street, this is one of three schemes your Bingley Councillors have secured funding for on the old A650. The scheme includes a raised puffin crossing and traffic calming measures aimed at reducing speed and improving safety for young citizens at Bingley Grammar…

  • Community Chest Grant BeCycling

    The Area Committee has funded an open access cycling event Monday 26th October Myrtle Park, Bingley.  Tuesday 27th October Robert’s Park, Saltaire Family drop in 10am – 3pm all ages, develop your cycle skills and confidence,bring your own or borrow a bike  * Cycle tracks * Ramps * Seesaw * Balance beams * Limbo bar &…

  • Sty Lane Planning Inquiry starts October 6th

    The Public Inquiry starts on Tuesday 6th October and the preliminary agenda is shown below. The Public Inquiry is open to all and it will help us if we can show by numbers in the Council Chamber the strength of feeling of the community. You can enter the Inquiry room at any time and take…

  • Community Asset

    Crossflatts Cricket Club supported by the Area Committee in its bid to have the site registered as an asset of community value, should the site come up for sale it allows a period of 6 months for the club to look at buying the site. David H

  • Crossflatts Crossings Ward Watch Report

    Residents recently highlighted the poor surface of the pedestrian crossings at Morton Lane and Micklethwaite Lane, having inspected the crossings we reported the poor condition to the highways department. Swift action has been taken as this week the two crossings along with the one outside Bingley Grammar have been planed and resurfaced, you said we…

  • Sty Lane, Labour and Independent support development

    Despite the efforts of GAG, David and Mark the Labour and Independent councillors on the planning panel took no heed of the community concerns or the short comings of the proposals to concrete over a vast swathe of our community. Despite only superficial alterations to the emergency access and a new highly inconvenient one way…

  • Sty Lane the fight goes on

    Greenhill Action Group had a fruitful meeting last night to inform residents of the intentions of developers regarding the Sty Lane site. Around 150 people along with your 3 local Councillors packed the Church Hall on Herbert Street. The meeting was unanimous that the fight against development should continue. Currently the developers have lodged a…

  • 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…