A REVIEW is being carried out into fireworks use across the district following complaints about anti-social behaviour.

Exploding fireworks at night – and at times during the day – have sparked concerns from residents in Keighley, Bradford and other parts of the district.

Now Bradford Council’s corporate overview and scrutiny committee is spearheading a review and is seeking public comments.

Councillor Abdul Jabar, executive member for neighbourhoods and community safety, said: “We want to make sure everyone has a chance to inform this review so that we can take the right steps to tackle the issue of anti-social firework behaviour.

“Most people behave responsibly with fireworks, but we need to find the best way to tackle the minority which behaves recklessly and causes problems for others. Anyone who thinks they can help should contact us and make their views known.”

The review will also consider information provided by partner organisations and a range of interested parties.

Comments should be e-mailed to mustansir.butt@bradford.gov.uk or posted to Mustansir Butt, Room 112, 1st floor, City Hall, Bradford, by Tuesday, March 31.