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Bradford District Partnership

Bradford District Partnership


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Bradford Council and partners, are undertaking a wide-ranging conversation with local people, communities and businesses about the future of local services, the challenges they all face and the new deal that needs to be secured.

The new deal conversation has been launched because all local public services – the NHS, police, fire and rescue, job centres, schools – are experiencing budget cuts. We are all also experiencing pressure from inflation and increasing costs, and from the rising demand for services as the District’s populations of younger, older and disabled people grow. This means that the Council and partners have less money to pay for the services people have become used to.

Our conversation with the people of the district commences with a series of public meetings for local residents being held across the district, which was launched in Bradford City Centre in early November.

Residents will be able to take part in discussions about the future of the district, and will be able to tell the Council what things matter most to them. We are keen to hear from people what they think they should be able to expect from the Council and public services and what they, and other people, should take more responsibility for.

For further information on new deal, please click here.

If you would like to attend one of the public events then please click here to book a place.

Our Vision

Our vision and priorities are set out in our ‘Community Strategy'.

By 2020 Bradford will be a vibrant, prosperous, creative, peaceful, diverse and inclusive place where people are proud of their shared values, and work together to secure this vision for future generations.

  • We will transform our economy by regenerating the district, and improve education and skills in ways which increase everyone’s life-chances.
  • By 2020 people will be proud of where they live, learn, work and play. Our beautiful buildings and landscapes will be cherished. The district will draw strength from its diversity.

To send in any comments or suggestions to improve this website, please contact us on:

01274 432321
bdpinfo@bradford.gov.uk

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