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  • Council releases summary of household survey data on street tree proposals
    24 March 2017 At the beginning of 2017, Sheffield City Council made a series of commitments to the people of Sheffield, including a promise to be more open and transparent when it comes to its street tree replacement programme. As part of this commitment, the Council is now releasing a summary of the household survey results […]
  • Getting together to tackle tuberculosis
    24 March 2017   Strong progress in tackling TB is continuing in Yorkshire and the North East, with numbers of cases continuing to fall, figures released to mark World TB Day show. The latest data shows there were 440 cases of TB reported in Yorkshire and the Humber during 2015 (an incidence rate of 8.2 […]
  • Schemes to protect city from flooding take a step forward
    24 March 2017 It’s one of the largest flood defence programmes in any UK city. Last year we consulted the public on options being considered for the Upper Don and Sheaf catchments, as part of the Protecting Sheffield from Flooding programme. And now, following public feedback and further technical analysis, some of the options can […]
  • First of city’s new flood defence schemes to complete this year
    23 March 2017 It’s almost a decade since the tragic floods of 2007 brought devastation to Sheffield’s communities. And now, a flood defence scheme on the River Don, which started in design in 2014, is progressing well with construction and is due to be completed later this year. The Lower Don Valley (LDV) scheme is […]
  • Testing for the 2021 Census in Sheffield
    Released on behalf of the ONS. 22 March 2017 In preparation for the 2021 Census, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) is carrying out a census test in randomly-selected households in Sheffield on 9 April. With the next census set to be predominantly online, the 2017 Test is designed to check that systems and services […]
  • Hundreds of thousands discover Sheffield’s most inspirational women online
    22 March 2017 It was International Women’s Day on Wednesday 8 March – a day of celebrating women’s achievements across the globe. And here in Sheffield, for the first time, the council dedicated its social media feeds on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to those women from the city who have achieved great things and inspire […]
  • BAM will develop first phase of new Sheffield Retail Quarter
    22 March 2017 Sheffield City Council has confirmed BAM’s role in helping to develop the City’s ambitious Sheffield Retail Quarter (SRQ). An Sheffield City Council spokesperson said: “Bam has been selected as the main contractor for the first phase of the Sheffield Retail Quarter, which includes a new city centre location for HSBC and associated retail and […]
  • Yorkshire’s biggest bike race inspires celebration ale
    22 March 2017 Bradfield Brewery, based in north Sheffield, has unveiled a special beer in celebration of the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race which will finish at Fox Valley in Stocksbridge on Sunday 30 April. The team at the brewery have come up with the bike-themed tipple “Farmers Push Iron” in the build-up to the big […]
  • Young people launch city’s suicide prevention strategy
    20 March 2017   “I always had suicidal feelings as I grew up. I never got any support to help me cope with these and ended up attempting suicide twice. “I don’t want anyone else to go through what I have experienced and that’s why I got involved with writing this suicide prevention strategy. Suicide […]
  • New park on site of former Wisewood School moves forward
    20 March 2017 Plans for a new park on the site of the former Wisewood Secondary School in north Sheffield are moving forward. Sheffield City Council had previously agreed to the exchange of a parcel of land from the former school site, which closed in 2012, with part of Spider Park. The proposal would see […]

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