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Population Questionnaire to understand Impacts of Covid19 – Citywide (will run for 6 weeks)

22 Jul

Public Health have developed a population level questionnaire to support our understanding of the positive and negative impacts of Covid19 in Sheffield within our communities. The survey will run for 6 weeks.

Click link below to complete the questionnaire

https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/performance-research/coronavirus-rapid-health-impact-assessment

This questionnaire asks a range of questions (mainly multiple choice) about how the experience of Covid19 has been in terms of loneliness, mental health, employment, income, health behaviours, active travel, access to services, where people get their information from  on covdi19, digital inclusion, home schooling, people’s experience of shielding or having Covid19, information about health conditions and managing these during the pandemic, future concerns people may have about the virus.

This questionnaire is really important as it will allow us to gain more information in the areas where we have gaps in data locally. We can then ensure we tailor our response and services to meet the needs described by communities.

It should take around 10-15 min to complete the questionnaire.

If you have any further questions or comments please contact Sarah Hepworth below

Thanks for taking time out to complete the questionnaire

Sarah Hepworth

Health Improvement Principal

Place – Public Health

Sheffield City Council

5th Floor Howden House

Sheffield

S1 2SH

 

Tel-0114 2057471

e-mail Sarah.hepworth2@sheffield.gov.uk

 

Neighbourhood Planning – Comments welcome from 31st October 2019 – 12th December 2019

4 Nov

Neighbourhood Planning:

Application by Broomhill, Broomfield, Endcliffe, Summerfield & Tapton (BBEST) Neighbourhood Forum for renewal of neighbourhood forum designation

An application has been made to renew the status of BBEST Neighbourhood Forum as the designated neighbourhood forum for the BBEST Neighbourhood Area.

In those parts of Sheffield not covered by a Town or Parish Council a Neighbourhood Forum must be designated by the Council in order to produce a Neighbourhood Plan for the Neighbourhood Area.

Once a neighbourhood forum has been designated another cannot be designated for the area until that existing neighbourhood forum expires or is withdrawn.

BBEST Neighbourhood Forum was designated for a period of 5 years in January 2015 in accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 and the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

This application seeks to renew it for a further 5 years.

The application is supported by a map of the Neighbourhood Area, a copy of the BBEST Neighbourhood Forum constitution, and contact details for the forum.

A copy of the application can be viewed on the Council consultation portal at:  https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/place-planning/neighbourhood-planning-broomhill-broomfield

It is also available to view in Sheffield City Centre at:

  • First Point, Howden House, Union Street, Sheffield S1 2SH
  • Central Library, Surrey Street, Sheffield S1 1XZ

 

and at the following location:

  • Broomhill Community Library, 10 Taptonville road, Sheffield , S10 5BR

 

Comments on the application are invited for a 6 week period from 31 October to 12 December 2019 

To comment on the application contact us preferably by email providing your full name and address:

Forward & Area Planning
Planning Service
Sheffield City Council
Howden House

1 Union Street
Sheffield    S1 2SH

Regards

Debbie Merrill

Principal Planning Officer

Planning Service

City Growth

Floor 4, Howden House

Sheffield, S1 2SH

Telephone: (0114) 2735254

Please note:  I work Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

 

 

 

 

 

Neighbourhood Planning – Re-designation of Neighbourhood Forum

25 Oct

Dore Neighbourhood Forum

 

The Dore Neighbourhood Forum was re-designated as the only neighbourhood forum for the Dore Neighbourhood Area for a further five years on the 16th October, 2019.  The forum was originally designated on 16th October 2014; forum designations are for five years.  This will allow the forum to continue working towards completion and referendum on their neighbourhood plan.

The forum is designated for the purpose of producing a Neighbourhood Plan and is open to everyone who lives or works in the area.

 

Designation Decision and Neighbourhood Planning

 

The designation was made by Sheffield City Council.  Further information about this decision, a map of the Dore Neighbourhood Area, and general information about Neighbourhood Planning is available from:

www.sheffield.gov.uk/home/planning-development/neighbourhood-planning

Or from:

Forward and Area Planning

Tel: 0114 2735254

 

Email: neighbourhood.planning@sheffield.gov.uk

 

Contact Dore Neighbourhood Forum

 

If you want further information about the Dore Neighbourhood Plan please visit the Dore Village Society website at: www.dorevillage.co.uk

Or email:  davidcrosby85@yahoo.co.uk

Or write to:

Dore Neighbourhood Forum,
c/o David Crosby,
41 Rushley Drive,
Sheffield,
S17 3EL.

Banner Cross Neighbourhood Group: What’s on in October, 2019

10 Oct

if you would like to find out what’s on in October please click on the link below.

 

October 19 What’s On

Road Resurfacing Work – Manchester Road & Rivelin Valley Road

23 Jul

Dear Resident/Business
Road Resurfacing Work – Manchester Road & Rivelin Valley Road
As part of the Streets Ahead highway works we will soon be resurfacing some sections of the following roads;
• Manchester Road – Sheffield/Derbyshire boundary to Rivelin Valley Road.
• Manchester Road – junction of Rivelin Valley Road to Hagg Lane.
• Rivelin Valley Road – junction of Manchester Road to Holme Lane.
Work will take place in late July on Manchester Road (from Sheffield/Derbyshire boundary to Rivelin Valley Road), and work on the remaining section of Manchester Road and Rivelin Valley Road will take place in early to mid-August. Work will take place between the hours of 8pm and 5am, Monday – Friday only.
The work has been scheduled to take place at night to minimise disruption in the area. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and any noise you may experience.
Please note this work will be completed under a road closure and there will be no on-street parking on the section of road that we are resurfacing during working hours. Vehicles left on-street may be towed away and you will need to pay a fee to have your vehicle released.
Temporary road signs will be displayed ten days before work starts confirming the dates and duration of works, and parking restriction signs will be displayed five days before.
Parking and access arrangements
Access to properties on the roads we are working on may be limited during working hours. On-street parking will be as normal at other times. Please let our on-site supervisor know if you need vehicle access to your property for urgent reasons. Pedestrian access and access for emergency vehicles will be available at all times.
If you are away during the period in which the works are scheduled to take place, please avoid parking your car on the road. Our work schedule is heavily dependent on the weather and can be affected by unforeseen circumstances so it may be necessary to change the start date at short notice. To ensure we deliver our programme to schedule, we will need to tow cars that are delaying our works.

Bus service and bin collection changes
Changes to your regular bus service or diversion routes will be publicised by South Yorkshire Passenger Transport (SYPTE). Please check your local bus stop or http://www.travelsouthyorkshire.com for any route changes. You can also call Traveline on 01709 515151 or follow @TravelSYorks on Twitter.
If there are any changes to your bin collection days these will be communicated by Veolia at http://www.veolia.co.uk/sheffield or on Twitter @Recycle4Shef. Call 0114 273 4567 between 8am and 6pm for more information.

Road Safety
• Be patient and take extra care during road works.
• Make sure to allow extra time for your journey.
• Stick to the designated diversion routes and always drive within the speed limit.

Bogus Callers

If you are approached by someone claiming to be from Amey, the Council or connected to the Streets Ahead programme offering to resurface your drive please do not hand over any money. If possible take the callers details, including their vehicle registration number and we will inform the Police. All Streets Ahead and Amey employees carry identity cards. If you have any doubts about the identity of a person claiming to work for Streets Ahead please call customer services.
Further information
Please follow us on Twitter @sccstreetsahead #SASouthW for further information and updates about local works.
If you would like to discuss any issues, please contact us on 0114 273 4567 or email streetsahead@sheffield.gov.uk
Thank you
We appreciate that any disruption can be frustrating and thank you for your understanding whilst these important works are completed.
Kind regards
Streets Ahead

Removal of Public Payphone:  Junction of Tom Lane and Fulwood Road, S10 3GH

5 Jul

Removal of Public Payphone:  Junction of Tom Lane and Fulwood Road, S10 3GH 

BT and the Council have consulted on the proposal to remove this payphone service. This would allow Ant Kids Charity to take ownership of this telephone kiosk under BT’s adopt a kiosk programme.

The Council are now consulting on the “First Notification” which is the Council’s draft decision on whether to object or consent to the removal of the payphone equipment.

The Council’s draft decision is to consent to the removal of the payphone service. Please see attached First Notification for details.           

If anyone wishes to comment or object to this proposal, please write to Sheffield City Council as the local planning authority.

to Forward & Area Planning Team, Sheffield City Council, Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH; or to sheffieldplan@sheffield.gov.uk

Please quote the telephone number of the telephone kiosk (0114 230 2399) or the location (junction of Tom Lane and Fulwood Road)

 

Deadline for comments is 7 August 2019.

 

 

It’s Great Outdoors: Exhibitions, Debates and Events between 3rd – 10th Nov 2018

15 Oct

See Below The Activities Available

It’s Great Outdoors: Celebrating Sheffield’s Green Spaces

Fun, interactive exhibition where you can find out more about different initiatives in your local area and learn how you can get involved in shaping Sheffield’s green spaces.

http://festivalofsocialscience.group.shef.ac.uk/its-great-outdoors-celebrating-sheffields-green-spaces/

When?  Exhibition runs Saturday 3 November – Saturday 10 November. Open 8am-8pm (except Sunday 4 November, closes early at 6pm) 

Where? Sheffield Winter Garden, 90 Surrey Street, Sheffield, S1 2LH

botanicals

Led by Jill Dickinson and Will Eadson (Sheffield Hallam University) and Nicola Dempsey (University of Sheffield)

We have a fantastic array of parks and green spaces in Sheffield. Within these, there is a real hive of green space activities that take place across the city, which are organised by, and involve, the council, third sector/charitable organisations festival organisers, volunteer groups, sports clubs and members of the public.

All of this takes place in the face of ongoing austerity, not only in Sheffield, but in towns and cities across the country. This raises important questions for debate: What are the long-term implications of austerity for our parks and green spaces? Who are the best custodians of parks and green spaces? And how does that happen in practice?

We will have speakers representing the private, public and voluntary sector and have a lively and stimulating debate about these big issues.

http://festivalofsocialscience.group.shef.ac.uk/its-great-outdoors-the-debate/

When?  Monday 5 November, 4pm-6pm

Where?  Millenium Galleries, 48 Arundel Gate,Sheffield,S1 2PP

Winter Garden Events Throughout The Week

Download the Leaflet here It’s Great Outdoors WinterGardens

HS2 CONSULTATIONS OPEN – Phase 2b – Sheffield Information Event , 31st October 2018

12 Oct

The Secretary of State for Transport has announced the launch of two HS2 consultations for the section of the route from Crewe to Manchester and West Midlands to Leeds, which is known as Phase 2b. These consultations are on:

hs2 map

https://www.hs2.org.uk/building-hs2/building-the-line/phase-2b/

There will be a series of Phase 2b public information events to support the consultations on the working draft Environmental Statement and working draft Equality Impact Assessment Report. 

Phase 2b Public Information Event Sheffield area; 

31 Oct 2018, 2 – 8pm Venue  King Ecgbert School, Totley Brook Road, Dore, S17 3QU

https://www.hs2.org.uk/events/king-ecgbert-school-public-information-event/

Both consultations will close at 23:45 on 21 December 2018.

You will be able to talk to members of the HS2 team at this event, ask questions and find out more about HS2 in your area.

Please check the HS2 web page closer to the event in case of any last-minute changes to event dates or venues.

For full details of the consultations and how to respond to them, please view the consultation response pages on gov.uk:

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Improvements To Your Bin Collections

13 Jul

We are making changes to improve your recycling service and in the next few weeks you will receive a new brown bin.  These changes will make it easier for you to recycle, and save money for the city. http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/bins 

brown bin

How will your new recycling service work?

  • Week 1 black bin
  • Week 2 brown bin (glass bottles and jars, plastic bottles and cans)
  • Week 3 black bin
  • Week 4 blue bin (paper and card)

When will your new service start?

If you live in the north of Sheffield you will receive your new brown bins in August or September.

If you live in the south of Sheffield you will receive your new brown bin in September or October

When we deliver your brown bin, we will put a leaflet with your new collection calendar through your letterbox.

What do I need to do now?

Please keep using your blue bin and blue box as normal.

We will put a sticker on your blue bin when it is time for you to start using your blue bin for paper and card and your brown bin for glass, cans and plastic bottles.

Look out for a leaflet explaining the changes which will be delivered through your letterbox next week.

You can find more information on the Sheffield City Council and Veolia websites

To subscribe to bin collection updates click here and add in your email address.

Ecclesall Forum Begin Wild Flower Planting on Ecclesall Road South

9 May

Volunteers began the wild flower preparation and sewing outside Henry Boot on Ecclesall Road South yesterday. The flowers brightened up Ecclesall Road last year and with funding from the South West Ward Pots, the area of wild flowers is to be extended.

Henry Boot have supported the work of the Forum, donating towards the initiative, and yesterday they kindly loaned Malcolm came to assist with the wild seed planting.

If you are interested in local issues and helping the Ecclesall neighbourhood, Ecclesall Forum hold monthly meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7pm at the Ecclesall Library. 

seed sewing

From left; Malcolm from Henry Boot PLC, Shiela Wigmore of Ecclesall Forum, Councillor Roger Davison and Paul May of Ecclesall Forum.

wildflowers