As part of our commitment to managing the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the very difficult decision to make further changes to cremation services in the Kirklees. We have made the sad decision to take no further bookings for funeral services at Dewsbury Crematorium and Huddersfield Crematorium from Monday 6 April. This is in line with new stricterRead more
In line with the Government’s instruction to stop all unnecessary contact and travel, Kirklees Council has closed all play and sports areas as part of their efforts to prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)Read more
We would like to reassure you that we are doing everything possible to continue providing our waste and recycling service. However, the situation is constantly changing and you may experience some disruption over the coming weeks and months. We will be updating the following information on a regular basis so please check back… Kerbside Bin Collections We are currently emptyingRead more
We remain committed to preventing homelessness and helping to protect people from poverty, and as such are currently working on our wider community support offer which we will be announcing in the next week.
We can, however, reassure you that no tenants will be evicted as a direct result of Coronavirus (Covid-19).
As part of our ambitious new blueprint for Dewsbury, we need your views on the Dewsbury Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI).Read more
Massive investment is planned for Dewsbury Town Centre following the exciting launch of a Blueprint for the town, which could see up to £200m invested into revitalising the area.Read more
Help us decide which composter is top of the pack and minimise your kitchen waste by signing up for a chance to get a free composter.Read more
Kirklees Council is planning a major capital investment into the iconic Huddersfield Library and Art Gallery building over the next 12 months.Read more