Burngreave Area Panel

Next Area Panel public meeting

New Year's Awards, Friday 25th January at 6pm in the Town Hall.

For more information see the Area Panel website: http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/in-your-area/area-action/burngreave-area-action

New Year's awards
6:00pm to 8:30pm Friday 25 January 2008
Transforming terraces

The housing regeneration programme for Burngreave and Fir Vale has an ambitious target of providing more good quality, affordable homes for a wide range of people.

DIY Streets

At the end of October, thirty residents from Firshill Rd and Passhouses Rd met at Firshill School hall to consider the “DIY streets” idea.

New Year's Honours awards - 25th Jan 2008

A last call. Anyone who volunteers or works in the area “above and beyond” what you’d expect needs and deserves recognition.

Councillors' surgery dates

Dates and times of forthcoming councillor surgeries.

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