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From Keighley News, 5th October 2017
Written by Annette McIntyre

 A BATTLE to save Wharfedale's green belt is being stepped up in the wake of a government white paper which could see Bradford's housing target slashed by more than 17,000. Campaigners say objective standards for calculation contained in the white paper would reduce the target from 42,100 to 25,000.

From Keighley News, 5th October 2017
Written by Miran Rahman

REMEDIAL work on dilapidated parts of Keighley Railway Station should begin before the end of this year. The news, confirmed by the building's owner Network Rail, was welcomed by Keighley's MP John Grogan, who has met with senior rail bosses to discuss the tired state of the property.

From Ilkley Gazette, 5th October 2017
Written by Claire Lomax

BRADFORD Council has completed study of parking arrangements in Ilkley to try and solve long-standing issues with parking in the town. The study will be used to inform the Council’s short, medium and long term decision making around the management of both on-street and off-street, as well as residential parking.

From Keighley News, 3rd October 2017
Written by Alistair Shand

 CAMPAIGNING residents on an estate above Silsden are battling for a bus shelter. They frequently have to contend with gales and torrential rain while waiting at the stop near the Cringles Park Home Estate. Their call for cover has won the backing of Keighley MP John Grogan.