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CIVIC CENTRE PUBLIC CONSULTATION LIVE!
The Civic Centre public consultation is now live. The Council would like to consult with people in Keighley about the future of the Civic Centre to help make the right decisions that will most benefit Keighley in the future. We therefore want to know what you think about the Civic Centre, your experience of it and what you think about the proposed options for its future. Please let us know what you think by completing our questionnaire.
If you own a local business or manage a charity or not for profit organisation we also want to know what you think about the Civic Centre and the facilities it offers. This will help us uncover opportunities to generate future income from the Civic Centre. The consultation period will be open until 7 September 2016. We will use your response to determine the future of your Civic Centre.
Copies of the printed questionnaires with pre-paid envelopes are available from the Town Clerk’s Office, Keighley Civic Centre or alternatively take part in the online survey onwww.enventure.co.uk/keighleyciviccentre.
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Keighley Town Council was formed by Order from the Secretary of State on 1st April 2002, with the elections for Town Councillors taking place on 2nd May 2002. The inaugural Meeting of Keighley Town Council took place at 7pm on Thursday 16th May 2002, in the Council Chambers, Keighley Town Hall, Bow Street, Keighley, West Yorkshire.
Thirty Councillors represent fifteen wards. The town area, which is part of the Brontë Country, has a population of over 89,000, making it one of the largest civil parishes in England. Already it is establishing credibility and respect in the town and beyond its boundaries. Keighley Town Council strives to be open and accessible to everyone and this website will form part of that information strategy.
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