Sheffield Election Results 2022: Woodhouse
Sheffield Election Results 2022 for Woodhouse
Sheffield Election Results 2022 for the South Yorkshire Combined Mayoral Authority
As National remembrance takes place across the country, Sheffield will come together on Sunday 1 May to mark the 40th Anniversary of HMS Sheffield with a commemorative service and parade.
Work has started on implementing a series of natural flood management measures in the Limb Brook Valley to help protect Sheffield and the region against future flooding.
Next month will see the launch of the national roadshow celebrating UEFA Women’s EURO 2022, with Sheffield kicking things off on 21 May in the Peace Gardens. Think football, music, entertainment, legends, family fun and much more...
The Lord Mayor, Gail Smith, will be skydiving out of a plane at an altitude of 15,000 feet in aid of her 3 chosen charities today. The Lord Mayor, her volunteers, friends and family are taking part in a skydive to raise money for The Sheffield Teaching Hospital Trust, The Salvation Army and Friends of Hi5s, the Lord Mayor’s own charity for young people with Learning Disabilities.
School admission outcomes for primary school entry September 2022.
Roxy Ball Room will be the latest addition to £470m regeneration scheme.
The opening hours of Sheffield’s Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRC), have been extended, with all sites now open seven days a week until the end of September.
Local elections candidate information is now available.
Local grassroots groups, clubs and community organisations can now apply for 'CreatedBy' grant funding from Rugby League World Cup 2021 to provide kit, equipment and facility improvements.
When people talk about music in Sheffield they talk about the Leadmill, it's part of our fabric and we absolutely do not want to see it go.
All legal Covid restrictions in England have now ended and Government guidelines have changed around testing. Read the latest update on what you need to do from 1 April.
Today marks 200 days to go until the Rugby League World Cup 2021. In celebration a 48 hour trophy tour stopped at Sheffield and other host cities and towns.
The Council is encouraging eligible business to apply for the Omicron Hospitality, Accommodation and Leisure Grant before the extended deadline - March 11.
Tickets are now on general sale for all matches in the tournament. Four games will be played at Bramall Lane - get your tickets now!
New mobile cameras are being used across the city to help detect and deter fly tipping. Further targeted measures are being discussed by Local Area Committees following significant committed investment.
The process for approving heritage assets for the South Yorkshire Local Heritage List has been approved by Sheffield City Council.
This Sunday's Sheffield Half Marathon will kick off an amazing year of events across sport, music, art, food, film and more. Get excited, get involved.
Sheffield City Council has recently awarded £1.35 million of grants through its Voluntary Community Sector Covid Recovery Fund. The fund used central government Covid funding to support voluntary sector organisations who had either reduced income or increased costs relating to Covid. The pandemic has once again demonstrated the critical role the sector plays in supporting people throughout the city and the funding will support organisations ongoing work amongst Sheffield’s communities.
The Gleadless Valley Masterplan, which will see improvements made to housing, green spaces and facilities as well as increased employment opportunities, has been given the go-ahead following consultation with residents.
More than £4m has been paid to businesses affected by Omicron.
Key organisations in Sheffield are being urged to come together to ensure positive and impactful changes are made when the Race Equality Commission (REC) is published later this year.
A new Community Youth Services Strategy that aims to “offer safe, creative, ambitious Community Youth Services where all young people in Sheffield can thrive” has been approved this week as part of the council’s commitment to delivering on its one-year plan. The strategy outlines the council’s pledge to ‘support young people in Sheffield to develop and flourish’ and defines our strategic ambitions for Community Youth Services over the next three years.
The UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is coming to Sheffield this summer and we're already seeing it's legacy in action across the city. Want to get involved?
They shared their feedback in a letter published today.
The changes have been made following consultation feedback.
Sheffield City Council has agreed major changes to how it will take democratic decisions.
Sheffield City Council has announced further areas which will be supported by its Economic Recovery Fund, an innovative grant set up in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic to support local high streets and hard-hit sectors.
Following £100million investment committed last November, themes of Sheffield's new 30 year sport and leisure strategy have been agreed following public consultation. Work will now start on developing a five year implementation plan.
Sheffield City Council will continue to support ambitions for the Park.
Information Officers who provided much-needed support to businesses across Sheffield during the pandemic are set to continue their work for another year.
The new plans announced today will make getting around the city centre quicker and easier.
Councillor Alison Teal, Executive Member for Sustainable Neighbourhoods, Wellbeing, Parks and Leisure, said: “From now on we will not be charging anyone for returning their books late. We’ve never charged children, and the good news is, this now applies to all adults too. If you have any overdue library books from before the pandemic, and you’re worried about paying the fines, just return them to your library. You won’t need to pay a fine."
Regular video updates on Covid-19 from Director of Public Health Sheffield, Greg Fell.
We have launched Sheffield’s first ever city-wide school attendance charter.
We have all been deeply troubled by what is happening in Ukraine and our hearts are breaking for the people who are having to flee to safety, say goodbye to their loved ones and face a future that they could never have imagined. People in Sheffield will want to know what our city is doing to support the people of Ukraine, as well as how they can help directly.
Sheffield City Council will commit £7.7million to begin the expansion of Silverdale and King Ecbert schools, creating more than 500 new secondary school places.
Sheffield's new vision for the city centre is set to be agreed this week.
A panel of experts in the building, design and development sector will help shape the future of Sheffield and support the vast amount of development work taking place across the ci ...
The Chair of the Independent Inquiry into the Street Trees Dispute, Sir Mark Lowcock, has now published the Terms of Reference for the Inquiry.
This No Smoking Day Sheffield is focusing on preventing the sale of illicit tobacco products and helping people quit for good. A new campaign launches today.
With water levels at the third highest on record during the recent storms, James Mead, Flood Manager gives an update on Sheffield's flood resilience.
Plans to make significant changes to the road layout at Shalesmoor are underway, as proposals are shaped to transform travel in the area.
Sheffield has been awarded a certificate of compliance for managing its street trees sustainably by the world’s largest Forest Certification Scheme.
Today Cllr Terry Fox, Cllr Douglas Johnson and Cllr Shaffaq Mohammed have issued a statement in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Sheffield will host exciting arts and cultural activities alongside the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 this summer - part of an exciting national cultural programme supported by £800,000 funding from Arts Council England, thanks to National Lottery players.
Eugene Walker, Sheffield City Council’s Executive Director for Resources, is stepping into the role of acting Chief Executive.
The council is reducing its use of glyphosate across all service areas, including trialling glyphosate free areas in some parts of the city.
In March 2022, Sheffield’s Local Area Committees (LACs) will present their new community plans to the residents in their local areas.
The cross-party committee established following Chief Executive Kate Josephs’ statement on January 14 has met again ahead of the upcoming independent investigation.
Sheffield City Council leader Cllr Terry Fox and deputy Leader Cllr Julie Grocutt have today called for Government action over the growing concerns about the future of Liberty Steel.
There are a number of clinics where you can get a vaccination against COVID-19 operating across Sheffield.
Sheffield City Council has opened a new scheme giving local taxi drivers the chance to trial an electric taxi. Eight “Black cab” style London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVCs) will be available for two weeks. All of the electric taxis are wheelchair accessible and aim to give drivers a hands-on experience of an electric taxi, while being cleaner, greener and saving on the cost of diesel.
The Digital Innovation Grant is open for a new round of applications, closing again at midday on Monday 28 February.
Two new house building homes for rent projects are set to start as part of our plan to deliver 3,100 additional high quality and affordable council homes by 2029. Sheffield City Council’s plans for council housing over the next 5 years will focus on continuing to build more houses in the city, maintaining and improving tenants homes and improving energy efficiency.
Following a public consultation, Sheffield City Council has set out the city's 2022/23 budget.
The cross-party committee established following Chief Executive Kate Josephs’ statement of 14 January met earlier this week (1 February).
Tramlineshas announced its latest round of music acts and the full comedy lineup for the 2022 event at Hillsborough Park in July.
Following a period of surveillance, our Trading Standards team seized more than £300,000 worth of illicit tobacco products during a raid in Sheffield.
Sheffield has been named as one of the first cities to benefit from government’s Levelling Up programme set out in a new White Paper published today.
A new grant is available to businesses in the travel sector to support them through recovery from the pandemic. Applications are open now. Check eligibility.
Following the release of Sue Gray’s update today, the Leader of the Council, Cllr Terry Fox, has made a statement.
We have today launched, with partners across South Yorkshire, a new regional flood action plan to better protect lives, homes and businesses from the effects of flooding and to tackle the impact of climate change.
The group ticket booking window is now open so you and your squad can get planning, get booking and get excited! Resources for schools are also now available so pupils and staff in Sheffield can start the football mania early and get fired up for this summer's tournament.
Cultural and creative industries in Sheffield are set to benefit from new funding from the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority - with £280,000 being awarded for projects across the city.
Work continues on our change to a modern committee system following our referendum – and another public event is to be held to help keep you in the picture and ask what you think.
A cross-party committee has been established following Kate Josephs’ statement about a gathering that happened in her former role at the Government’s Covid-19 Taskforce.
Holocaust Memorial Day - this year themed 'One Day' - takes place on Thursday 27 January. An online vigil will be available for all to join from 5.30pm.
Sheffield City Council’s plans for council housing over the next 5 years will focus on continuing to build more houses in the city, maintaining and improving tenants homes and improving energy efficiency.
Today Leader of Sheffield City Council Terry Fox is making a statement on our Chief Executive Kate Josephs.
Businesses in the Hospitality, Accommodation and Leisure sectors can now apply.
Sheffield City Council is pleased to announce that Sir Mark Lowcock is being recommended for appointment as the Independent Chair of the Independent Inquiry into the Street Trees Dispute.
With 66 cases of avian flu in England in domestic birds, bird keepers across the UK are being reminded to keep their birds indoors and to follow strict biosecurity measures to limit the spread of avian flu. Whether birdkeepers have pet birds, commercial flocks or just a few birds in a backyard flock the guidance must be followed to limit the number of cases in the UK and stop the disease.
Today our Chief Executive Kate Josephs made a statement involving her former role at the Government's Covid-19 Taskforce. Council leader, Cllr Terry Fox, has responded with a statement.
Festival of the Outdoors is back this March, with a whole host of outdoorsy events and activities, celebrating all that The Outdoor City has to offer.
Sheffield as one of the nine UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 host cities is taking part in a National Lottery funded project to uncover the hidden history of women’s football in a summer of celebration of the game, its players and communities.
Plans are in place to create a group of unique, long-lasting and creative memorials in Sheffield as a tribute to those who have died from Covid, those who have lost loved ones and those who have been affected by the pandemic. Our city, like those around the world, has been deeply affected by the impact of Covid-19, and in Sheffield we want to pay a meaningful tribute to those who have lost their lives and the heroes that have shone in these difficult times.
A new scheme has been launched by Sheffield City Council which will provide grants to the voluntary, community and faith sectors to help digitally excluded adults get online.
£100m will be invested in to sport and leisure in Sheffield, and we want to hear from local people to help shape the future of these facilities and services.
Kate Josephs, CEO of Sheffield City Council, is pleased to announce the recruitment to the vacant Corporate Leadership Team posts
Local Area Committees (LACs) will hold online consultation events in January and February 2022.
Take part in our consultation on a Vision for the city centre.
Sheffield City Council has launched a Covid Recovery Fund, which opened on 10th January to provide support for the city’s voluntary and community sector with needs that have arisen from Covid. We asked organisations to complete an expression of interest in October and November 2021 to tell us what their needs were as a result of the pandemic.
On Tuesday 21 December, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced that a support package of grants will be available for businesses who have been impacted by the Omicron variant.
The council’s highways team is reminding people to take extra care this winter and only travel if essential when bad weather strikes.
In light of the Government announcement on the support available for businesses most impacted by Omicron, Cllr Terry Fox has released a statement.
This winter, like every other, we are making sure that rough sleepers have somewhere to keep safe, have a meal and stay warm during the cold winter months. From November to the end of March 2022, the ‘Rough Sleeper Winter Plan’ is in place protecting them against the winter weather and the risks posed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bins in Sheffield will be collected on the usual collection days for all residents over Christmas and New Year. Extra festive waste can be left out for collection with the relevant bin.
The council is facing a challenging financial position this coming year following the enormous demands placed on services during the Covid pandemic and wants to hear the public's thoughts on the budget proposals.
South Yorkshire Police (SYP) Off-Road Bike Team are working with Local Authoriti ...
Our community forestry team have been preparing thousands of new trees for planting and they want you to get involved.
Sheffield City Council’s Children and Families ‘Front Door’ services have been praised by Ofsted for delivering ‘appropriate and timely services that meet the needs of families’ despite the increased demand on the service during the pandemic.
New parking powers are planned to stop inconsiderate parking.
£200,000 is being invested to prepare the site for redevelopment.
Last night the Government announced new measures in response to the rise in cases of the Omicron Covid variant. These measures, known as Plan B, mean that work from home guidance will be reintroduced in England, a Covid pass will be mandatory when entering nightclubs and other venues and face coverings will be mandatory for most indoor venues.
The Fringe at Tramlines returns in full force for 2022
Supported by Sheffield BID, The Fringe at Tramlines promises a packed weekend of entertainment including free outdoor stages at Devonshire Green and the Peace Gardens.
UEFA Women's EURO 2022 - Fan Walk road closures
As fans take part in their Fan Walk from Devonshire Green to the stadium, some road closures will be in place to support a safe journey to Bramall Lane. Disruption will be kept to a minimum, with roads reopening once the Fan Walk has safely passed by.
Council to trial food waste recycling collections
Sheffield City Council and Veolia will begin the city’s first ever food waste recycling trial this summer.
The Fringe at Tramlines - Outdoor stages and Sheffield venues alive with music over the weekend
Your free music weekender - The Fringe at Tramlines - is back with a jam-packed line-up of talent at Devonshire Green, the Peace Gardens and venues across the city!
Doncaster Sheffield Airport: Joint statement from South Yorkshire leaders
Leaders from across South Yorkshire have released a joint statement regarding the future of Doncaster Sheffield airport.
Sheffield’s biggest WEURO2022 party as Lionesses head to Semi-Final at Bramall Lane
Big screen at Devonshire Green and extended Fan Party to celebrate England's Lionesses making it to the the first UEFA Women's EURO 2022 semi-final, at Bramall Lane on Tuesday 26 July!
Statement on Sheffield's bid to host the Eurovision Song Contest 2023
"We would be proud to bring the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 to the region in solidarity with Ukraine."
Clean Air Zone signs to be installed ahead of launch early next year
Signs making drivers aware of Sheffield’s upcoming Category C Clean Air Zone will start to be installed over the coming weeks, as the council moves forward with plans to improve air quality and reduce pollution in and around the city centre.
New Sheffield Connect city centre bus service
A new bus service connecting 12 stops in and around Sheffield City Centre has launched today, providing residents and visitors the opportunity to hop onto the bus from the train, tram or other bus services.
Celebrate Lionesses’ final showdown at Devonshire ‘Screen’
Sheffield will go all the way with England’s Lionesses on their UEFA Women’s EUR ...
Sheffield ‘phoney’ businessman ordered to pay £1.1m by courts
A Sheffield businessman has been ordered to pay over £1m following a Confiscation Order at Sheffield Crown Court.
South Yorkshire sustainable transport schemes awarded £570m
The Department for Transport has awarded the South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority (SYMCA) £570m to invest in sustainable transport schemes across the county, including several Sheffield initiatives.
John Lewis building now Grade II listed
Yesterday Historic England listed the former John Lewis building, in Barker’s Pool, at Grade II on the National Heritage List for England.
Sheffield delighted to be shortlisted for Eurovision Host City
We're one of the 7 cities shortlisted!
Alpaca Trekking: New to Graves Park Animal Farm
A brand-new Alpaca Trekking experience along a scenic woodland trail will soon be available to visitors of Graves Park Animal Farm in Sheffield.