Five West Yorkshire MPs are calling for a more localised approach to regional lockdowns during spikes in the coronavirus pandemic.
The MPs have written to the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, asking for local restrictions, implemented in parts of West Yorkshire at the end of July, to be based on postcode areas.
In the letter the MPs say the restrictions should be "targeted to prevent unnecessary disruption," an approach they say would be "a relief to many constituents living outside urban areas."
The letter is signed by Dewsbury MP Mark Eastwood, Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney, Shipley MP Phillip Davies, Keighley MP Robbie Moore and Calder Valley MP Craig Whittaker.
Writing on social media Mr Whittaker says: "I am pleased to co-sign this letter with neighbouring West Yorkshire Conservative MPs, where local restrictions have also been imposed on a local authority basis.
"Calder Valley and other West Yorkshire constituencies continue to have negligible or no new cases of Covid-19.
"We are, therefore, requesting an even more localised approach by targeting restrictions on postcodes where infection rates are high, as opposed to blanket restrictions across the whole borough," he added.