The Council is updating its budget plan for 2018-19 and 2019-20, and also including predicted spending levels up to 2020-21. The Council are consulting on these proposals. Follow the link above to take part in the consultation and for more information on some of the key figures around savings that need to be made.
Following the recent election for the position of Bradford District Assembly Chair, CNet are pleased to announce that Sam Keighley (CEO, Carlisle Business Centre) has been duly elected. Sam will work with her fellow Assembly Steering Group members to ensure that the Voluntary and Community Sector has a strong and influential voice within the strategic decision making partnerships across the district. Thanks to all who participated in the election process.
This is the first report to assess the progress the UK is making in reducing poverty rates and tackling the underlying drivers of poverty since the publication of JRF's Strategy to Solve Poverty in 2016. The report examines how UK poverty has changed over the last 20 years, as well as more recent developments.
The Hate Crime Strategy 2017 - 2020 is the second to be produced by Bradford Council and its partners. The aim of the strategy is to support and highlight Bradford's approach to addressing hate crime in the district.
The purpose of this strategy is to outline the district's hate crime priorities and establish a plan that has been agreed by key stakeholders.