More market stalls to re-open this month

Our markets have continued to operate throughout lockdown to provide local people with access to essential items like food and toiletries. Now in line with government guidance, we’re working towards opening markets for customers to buy other items. How are we doing this? We’re working closely with traders to make sure markets can open safely with the necessary social distancing

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Business Resilience Survey launched to understand the impact of Covid-19 in Kirklees

Businesses across Kirklees are being asked to complete a business resilience survey to identify the support they need to recover and build resilience beyond the Covid-19 crisis. The results will help our business team, and other regional business support organisations, understand the impact of Covid-19 across the District and provide support where it is needed the most. Cllr Shabir Pandor,

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Immediate changes to create a greener and more active Kirklees

We have revealed immediate changes we’re making to Huddersfield and Dewsbury Town Centres to improve conditions for cyclists and pedestrians. The Government wants to reduce the amount of people relying on public transport and cars so has made £2billion available to support projects such as cycle and walking routes via the Active Travel fund. Using some of its allocation of

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Council plans to change the management of council housing in Kirklees

Kirklees Council’s Cabinet has agreed to start to engage with tenants to hear their views about the local authority directly undertaking the management and maintenance of council housing in the borough. The Council owns, and is the landlord for, 22,000 homes in Kirklees (about one in eight of all residential housing) which are currently managed on its behalf by Kirklees

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