Huge investment to upgrade Calderdale’s footpaths
More than £500,000 will be invested in Calderdale to upgrade the borough’s network of pathways, rights of way and canal towpaths.
Calderdale Council received flood recovery money from the Department for Transport to repair the highway network, left badly damaged by the devastating Boxing Day floods.
The majority of the funding is being used to repair the highways infrastructure, but a proportion has also been allocated to restore and improve the public rights of way.
Work on the programme is already underway and it is hoped that two thirds of the programme will be completed in December... read more
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