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Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd Development Board

Find out what this Board is doing to make Hebden Royd a more attractive place to live in and visit.

This Board's priorities are to promote and support the investment case for the town centre and local area. This is in line with the aims and objectives of government and externally funded programmes and project initiatives. They work to:

  • Make sure that Hebden Royd is an attractive place to live in and visit, busy and economically vibrant.
  • Include economic, social, transport and environmental issues and aspects within the area.
  • Identify and realise investment opportunities in the area.
  • Revitalise the built environment in the area.
  • Involve and engage local community groups, businesses and people in this work.
  • Engage with and be informed by the Neighbourhood Plan for Hebden Royd and the Hilltop parishes.

Meeting Dates

The Board meets every two months (on Tuesdays, unless stated otherwise).

Meetings for 2024

  • 27th February.
  • 23rd April.
  • 18th June.
  • 15th August.
  • 22nd October.
  • 17th of December.

Terms of reference

These are set out for the Board. They detail the aims, purpose, objectives and methods of working. Also, the member's role and what they are responsible for.

For more details, please see:

Board members

  • Josh Fenton-Glynn (Chair)
  • Sarah Courtney (Town, Engagement and Public health).
  • Councillor Richard Needham (Hebden Royd Town Council).
  • Councillor Kate Kimber (Luddendenfoot Ward).
  • Councillor Nikki Harvey (Hebden Royd Council).
  • Councillor Keith butterick (Hebden Bridge Council).
  • Councillor Bampton Smith (Hebden Royd Town Council).
  • Councillor Scott Patient (Luddendenfoot Ward).
  • Alison Bartram (Hebden Bridge Business Forum).
  • Graham Mynott (Hebden Bridge Community Association).
  • Stephen Harrison (Mytholmroyd Business Network).
  • Sue Slater (Mytholmroyd Business Network).
  • Geoff Wood (Mytholmroyd Community).
  • Geoff Matthews (Hebden Bridge Parking Sub-group).
  • Valerie Stevens (Royd Regeneration).
  • Jason Boom (Hebden Royd Clerk).
  • Roger Benn (Private Sector).
  • Dr Stow.
  • Trudi Deakin (Community).

Who to contact

For more details about Town Boards or to discuss agenda items, please email: rob.shipway@calderdale.gov.uk.

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