Another great response in Bolton & Undercliffe!

Our team of volunteers received a great response again in Bolton & Undercliffe today, this time in the Swain House area of the ward.


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Bolton & Undercliffe By-Election Postal Vote

Do you want to vote in the Bolton & Undercliffe by-election on 7th February 2019, but may be busy on the day?


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Register to vote in the Bolton & Undercliffe by-election

‚ö†ÔłŹ¬†Do you live in Bolton & Undercliffe and want to vote in the by-election on 7th February 2019?


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Great response on the doorstep in Bolton & Undercliffe

We're getting a great response on the doorstep in Bolton & Undercliffe in the run up to the by-election on 7th February.


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Our candidate for the Bolton & Undercliffe by-election

Our candidate for the Bolton & Undercliffe by-election on 7th February 2019 is Rachel Sunderland.


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Notice of election - Bolton and Undercliffe

A notice of election for the Bolton and Undercliffe ward has been posted by Bradford Council.


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Action to tackle Car Crime At Apperley Bridge Station

Plans are starting to be developed for additional parking to the west of the railway station.


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A Greener Future For The Yorkshire Water Site At Esholt?

Councillors are continuing to discuss with Yorkshire Water plans for the future of surplus land on Yorkshire Water's land at Esholt to make sure that local people's views are included. When the possibility of the land becoming surplus was first raised with us we immediately suggested that increased public access must be their first priority.


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Yorkshire Devolution Debate

On the eve of the Manchester premiere screening of Mike Leigh's "Peterloo" (the first outside of London premiere), Councillor Geoff Reid (Lib Dem, Eccleshill) wound up a debate on Yorkshire Devolution with a reference to the 1819 Peterloo Massacre and the struggle for women's suffrage.


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Anger as Undercliffe, Eccleshill and Idle residents lose direct bus link to Leeds in timetable shake up

At the end of October major changes to bus routes and timetables will see many residents losing their direct service to Leeds. Cllr Geoff Reid says that he is ‚Äúbitterly disappointed‚ÄĚ by changes to local bus services.

As part of the changes the Bradford to Leeds via Greengates service 670 is being partly replaced by a new service 35, giving a bus every half hour through the day Mondays to Saturdays between Greengates and Leeds. 

Residents on the other section of the old route (Thorpe Edge, Idle, Ecclehill and Undercliffe)  will be left with an hourly service 671 which will link Thorpe Edge (York House) with Bradford Interchange via Five Lane Ends before continuing to West Bowling.

Bus Cuts

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