About the KTCA

Keighley Town Centre Association was launched in April 2005. It is a public/private partnership and has among its members Bradford District Council, Keighley Town Council and representatives from business and community organisations in and around the Keighley area.

Our members receive a wide range of benefits throught inter-trading and membership is continuing to grow with over 200 organisations enjoying the advantages of being involved.

Our key objectives are:

  1. to provide a unified and value-added approach to Town Centre initiatives
  2. to be the leading lobby group for members and Keighley Town Centre
  3. to maintain a package of member benefits
  4. to make Keighley a safer and more attractive place to visit
  5. to mount promotional activity to attract visitors to, and build footfall in, Keighley Town Centre


Our commitments to you

KTCA works constantly to promote the benefits of Keighley and its businesses, especially its members
Providing information that allows you to do business in Keighley
Promoting new business and developments in Keighley
Publicising what Keighley has to offer for town centre users
Maintaining up to date research information on retail and leisure in Keighley
Providing opportunity to meet other like minded businesses
Supporting crime reduction in the town centre
Providing Keighley’s Townwatch radio system
Facilitating the Child Safe Zone in Keighley
Providing events to benefit businesses and visitors to the town
Providing a business forum for consultation on issues relating to the town centre.


Members Benefits

Free publicity in KTCA newsletters for new members (Equivalent Value over £200)

20% discounted advertising rates in Keighley Town Centre Association publications (value from £100)

Link to and from your own website to the KTCA website (value from £120)

Link to and from your own website to the Love Keighley website (value from £120)

Access to figures for the town e.g. vacancy rates, footfall and crime figures (value from £120)

B2B networking opportunities and regular news and information bulletins and briefings(value from £320)

Focus Group to provide support to members on business issues.

Close liaison with both Councils and the Airedale Partnership on strategic town centre issues.