Burngreave Area Panel

22nd March Area Panel meeting

Details about the Area Panel public meeting on 22nd March 2007, which will include:

  • Street cleaning report

  • Parking enforcement issues

  • Carwood estate

  • Parks in the area – update

  • Activity Sheffield update

Sheffield is the home of many people of different backgrounds, of varying racial and ethnic origins, as well as of different faiths and none.

The City Council wants everyone to be able to play a full part in the life of this city. We will not accept behaviour at our meetings which is against this principle.

The Area Panel is a committee of Sheffield City Council. We are working to improve the quality of people’s lives in the area To do this we want to work with you to make sure the services the Council provide meet local needs.

The Panel aims to make its meetings open to everyone. If you need help to attend, or more information on this meeting or the work of the Area Panel contact the Area Action Office on (0114) 276 9134

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