Streets Ahead planned roadworks for Firth Park (including some of Burngreave)

Come along and find out about roadworks soon to be carried out in the following streets:

Barnsley Road (Part)

Bellhouse Road

Chatham Street

Cookswood Road

Firth Park Road

Herries Drive

Herries Road

Herries Road South

Hucklow Road

Longley Lane

Minna Road

Norwood Road

Pitsmoor Road

Rutland Road

Shirecliffe Road

Sicey Avenue

Stubbin Lane

What you can find out:

◾Details about the types of works planned in your area

◾Timescales for works

◾Our approach to tree management

You’ll also have the chance to speak with our technical experts, ask them your questions and get the answers you need.


Firth Park (A20)

Tuesday 19 April, 3pm – 7pm, Firth Park Centre for Life, 8 Stubbin Lane, S5 6QL

Thursday 21 April, 3pm – 5pm, Shirecliffe Community Centre, 349 Shirecliffe Road, S5 8XJ

For more information go to edules/ roadshows.html

Streets Ahead Firth Park Roadshow, 8 Stubbin Lane
3:00pm to 7:00pm Tuesday 19 April 2016
Streets Ahead Firth Park Roadshow, Shirecliffe Comm. Centre
3:00pm to 5:00pm Thursday 21 April 2016

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