Category Archives for "The Dewsbury Partnership"

Creative Assets in Dewsbury

The monthly Creative Breakfast run by Simon Thirkill in the Brigantia rehearsal space has been instrumental in bringing together people interested in creative activity in Dewsbury whether as performers, artists, organisers or those most valuable people, volunteers, who just want to help out and have some fun. As is often the case, there’s more going on […]

Dewsbury Riverside Way

map of the proposed cycling and walking route in Dewsbury

Quick Navigation SummaryPolicy & PlansAn OpportunityRiverside – what’s in a name? Direct Routes: common sense planning Existing footpathsCyclingProposal – a Green CorridorGiving meaning to ‘Riverside’Why invest in walking and cycling infrastructure? SummaryDewsbury Riverside Way is a community proposal for the creation of a dedicated pedestrian and cycling route taking advantage of existing footpaths and infrastructure between […]

Dewsbury Strategic Development Framework 2018 – Vision or Vapour?

image of front cover of Dewsbury Strategic Development Framework 2018

The Dewsbury Strategic Development Framework 2018 (Snappy title, eh? let’s call it the SDF), was approved by Kirklees Council as their vision for Dewsbury until 2025 in January this year.This is probably the most important plan actually approved in Cabinet for the regeneration of Dewsbury for several decades.Yet apart from a brief flurry of interest […]

So What’s The Plan For The Dewsbury Partnership?

Well, no, we don’t actually have a blank sheet of paper to start with planning the Partnership’s efforts in Dewsbury.   The Strategic Development Framework of 2010 was the result of a lengthy community engagement project as well as some deep thinking by numerous specialists.   So that’s what we’ve taken as a starting point. And in […]

We Have Ignition! Well, A Committee Meeting, Actually

The first meeting of The Dewsbury Partnership committee took place on Wednesday – when the enormity of what we are proposing became ever clearer. Naturally, a lot of time was occupied by agreeing some basics and working methods and getting ourselves into a fit state to move forward.   As a Community Group we are required to […]

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