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PROTECT SALTAIRE: World Heritage Site: 1028

Protect Saltaire!

Protect Saltaire!Saltaire is a World Heritage Site and as such is recognised as being globally important to future generations. This status warrants that Bradford Council and related agencies do not make decisions in an insular, uninformed manner. The Saltaire Village Society not only exists to celebrate and promote Saltaire, but to monitor potential threats to Saltaire and address them.

For more information you can visit the Saltaire Village Society's website.

Conservation advice for residents

Bradford Council, Conservation team
Tel: 01274 437495
Fax: 01274 433767

Link to documents giving repair and maintenance guidance for property in a conservation area >>

LATEST ISSUES
SALTAIRE BOATHOUSE - NEW PLANS EMERGE
Punch Taverns, owners of the historic Boathouse pub, now derelict following an arson attack last year, have applied for planning permission from Bradford Council to refurbish the building and extend it. Plans are available on the Bradford Council website. Follow this link >>
BRADFORD COUNCIL'S PLANS FOR SALTAIRE:
Caroline Street Square, Victoria Road trees, and the Boathouse
Eddie Lawler, secretary of the Saltaire Village Society warns that residents are heading for confrontation with Bradford Council, if proper consultation is not adhered to. More in NEWS AREA >>
Added: 27 April 2008
SALTAIRE BOATHOUSE - COUNCIL HAVE NO PLANS TO SAVE HISTORIC BUILDING
Boathouse - after the fireEddie Lawler, secretary of the Saltaire Village Society contacted Saltaire's World Heritage Officer, Craig McHugh, to enquire what plans had been made to protect the historic Boathouse, which suffered a fire on 11 April 2008 and is now empty and fire damaged. More in NEWS AREA >>
Added: 27 April 2008
SALTAIRE VILLAGE SOCIETY
E-BULLETIN, APRIL 2008

To keep you in touch with what the Society is involved in (amongst other things): “Saltaire Bypass” proposals – SVS is involved in lobbying and monitoring developments. The Regional Transport Board recently decided NOT to endorse a scheme to improve roads in Shipley and Saltaire. Whilst the scheme on question did not include the bypass proposals, the decision not to endorse first phase of changes at Canal Road will impact upon the bypass proposals that have caused concern in the vilage. More in NEWS AREA >>
FACTS ON THE PROPOSED SALTAIRE BYPASS

Read the facts of the proposed bypass
Send an email of objection to Councillor Anne Hawkesworth

 

 

 

 

 

   

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