'These supplementary reports are the source material on which the review was based. The information they contain has already been incorporated into the review and is not new although it provides a more detailed picture of community relations in Bradford.
'The report highlighted the need to engage young people from all communities, improve educational standards, revitalise the local economy and create a sense of civic pride among citizens throughout the district. We have already started work on all these areas.
'In September we transferred education support services to a private sector partner who we are working with to ensure that we improve the level of attainment in the district's schools as soon as possible.
'Yesterday we announced that we will be setting up an urban regeneration company to spearhead the economic revival of the district.
'We are now in the process of setting a youth parliament to ensure that young people, from all communities, have a say in local decision-making and we believe that our bid to be European Capital of Culture in 2008 will be a powerful unifying force.
'Bradford is proud of its long history of welcoming people from a variety of backgrounds and from all parts of the world including Ireland, Italy, Eastern Europe, South East Asia, Africa and the Caribbean. We will carry on working with all communities to ensure that we value our differences and celebrate our district.'
* The documents are available on the Bradford Vision's website.