Environment Kirklees is a not for profit company which aims to protect and maintain the local environment.  It works with local communities, residents, businesses, institutions like the university and employees to increase environmental awareness and through its projects to make our towns and villages a better place to live, work and study. 

To find out more, please visit our About page.

Go To Town - The Big Clean Up

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Over 60 Huddersfield residents took to the streets over the weekend of 10-12th May for "Go To Town - The Big Clean Up",  a project to clean up areas of the town centre, the gateways to the centre, and the river corridor. We have agreed with the Huddersfield Civic Society to organise a clean up after Easter 2020. 

 

Go To Town - The Big Clean Up

Introducing our Greenstreams Project

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The Greenstreams project is one of the major projects that Environment Kirklees leads on. This project has been delivering public access and other improvements along the River Colne since 1997 when the first new riverside footpath was created behind the Leeds Road Retail Park. To learn more about the Greenstreams Project, please click the link below:

Go to Greenstreams Project website

Click the image below to view the latest Greenstreams newsletter

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Environment Kirklees Ltd is a not for profit company which aims to protect and maintain the local environment. It has no formal or financial connection with Kirklees Council but aims to work in partnership with the Council, the Combined Authority (WYCA) or the Environment Agency where relevant. 

 

Environment Kirklees Ltd is limited by guarantee, registered in England & Wales no. 3367452.

It is a registered Environmental Body under the Landfill Tax Regulations (enrolment no. 761034).

 

Registered office: 7 Lion Chambers, John William Street, Huddersfield HD1 1ES.

 

Environment Kirklees is a member of Kirklees Third Sector Leaders. 

Website designed by Charlotte Furness

Graphics designed by John Polley and Donna Heath

© Environment Kirklees 2020