Burngreave Area Panel

Residents take on the traffic on Firs Hill Road

Two roads in Pitsmoor – Firshill and Passhouses – will be part of a major new national scheme called “DIY streets”. The aim is to “help residents to re-design their own streets affordably, putting people at their heart, and making them safer and more attractive places to live.”

Bring out your rubbish

That time of year again – throw out the unwanted rubbish that can’t be re-used or recycled. It’s still geared to those without access to their own transport to take stuff to the bring-it or recycling sites.

Councillors' Surgery Dates

Your local councillors, Jackie Drayton, Ibrar Hussain and Steve Jones, share surgeries on a rota basis. Details here.

Next Area Panel Public Meeting

Thursday 4th October 2007 at 2pm – note afternoon time – at Roe Lane community centre on Firshill Crescent.

Items include Brigitt Cowen from Sheffield Homes giving an update on Homes/council housing in the area; Crabtree Pond and Roe Woods reports; and an item on DIY streets. All welcome.

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

Area Panel Public Meeting
2:00pm to 4:00pm Thursday 4 October 2007

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