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PITS exhibition photos

More photos from the PITS exhibition

2009-11-30 16:15:52
Eco Terrace

Information about the Eco Terrace refurbishment in Page Hall, including material costs, plans and photos.

2009-11-30 12:58:31
Twice the Terrace

Information about the two into one Terrace refurbishment in Page Hall, including material costs, plans and photos.

2009-11-30 12:23:49
Can you accept the truth?

Maat Probe Group aims to highlight inequalities in mental health and to do what it can to improve services through communication. Includes link to full report.

2009-11-26 20:34:04
Tomorrow's terraces?

A recent Council project to renovate rundown houses in Page Hall opened its doors to residents in November.

2009-11-25 17:51:09
Work in Burngreave Cemetery

In recent months Bereavement Services have been doing significant work in Burngreave Cemetery. (Includes full action plan download).

2009-11-25 17:31:50

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