LP1459

Land between Moor End Road, Hebble Vale Drive and Larch Close, Wheatley, Halifax

47.47ha

680 dwellings

LP1458

Land at Highroad Well Moor, Off Heath Hill Road, Highroad Well, Halifax.

95.41 ha

24ha developable= 528 dwellings

LP1457

Land Between Burnley Road, Newland Road and Water Hill Lane, Warley, Halifax

58.72ha

1,291 dwellings

LP1460

Land between Shay Lane, Queensbury Road and Churn Milk Lane, Holmfield, Halifax

11.21ha

240 dwellings

LP1461

Land north of, Field Head Lane, Green Lane and Riley Lane, Illingworth, Halifax.

82.86 ha

1892 dwellings

LP1462

Land between, Stanage Lane and Cooper Lane, Shelf, Halifax

36.29 ha

LP1455

Land at, Exley Lane, Halifax.

60.09 ha

LP1454

Land to the West of Elland Bridge, Elland

6.62ha

LP1453

Land off Lillands Lane, Brighouse

8.31ha

LP1452

Land between Dewsbury Road, Pinfold Land and New Hey Road, Rastrick

13.57ha

LP1456

Land between Rochdale Road and Dean Lane, Sowerby Bridge

21.19ha

Thornhills Lane

Woodhouse Garden Suburb

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Proposed Strategic Extension Sites

Calderdale identified 13 potential strategic extension sites. You can find out more in their document ‘Justification for the Garden Suburbs’ – please note the document in the library (dated July 2018 is acutally version two – the map was added in 2019)

 

Why not Halifax?

Halifax is recognised by Calderdale Council, the West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) and the government as an area of serious economic deprivation.

In 2014 WYCA listed Halifax as Calderdale’s spatial priority area. In the 2020 refresh, Brighouse Garden Village (including Clifton) was added as a ‘mixed use investment location’.