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New Beginnings Project – learn what about services in Sheffield.

15 Jan

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Central Local Area Partnership Ward Priorities 2018/19

19 Dec

Every year each of the four Wards that make up the Central area will produce Ward Priorities. Councillors are refreshing their Ward Priorities for 2018/19. The refreshing of the priorities may result in small changes, large changes or no changes at all. The Ward Councillors with the support of the Locality Officer will outline 3 or 4 local priorities that the Councillors agree they will work together on.

The priorities have been informed by the local community, consultation, advice from service providers and local statistics, which all contribute towards outlining the Ward Priorities for each of the four wards in the Central Area.

The ward priorities will help to provide the legal justification for Councillors decisions about how they allocate the Ward Pot. They will also be used to inform local people about what their local Councillors and partners are working towards. Ward Priorities will be refreshed on an annual basis following local consultation.

Ward priorities 2018/19

Broomhill & Sharrow Vale Ward Priorities 2018-19

City Ward Priorities 2018-19

Hillsborough Ward Priorities 2018-19

Walkley Ward Priorities 2018-19

Ward Profiles are produced every two years and help to inform the ward priorities, copies of the ward profiles will be added here shortly.

If you would like to comment on your ward priorities you can do so by either emailing the Central Officer: nesar.miah2@sheffield.gov.uk or by contacting your local Councillors: http://democracy.sheffield.gov.uk/mgFindMember.aspx

 

Neighbourhood Planning – Applications for Kelham & Neepsend Neighbourhood Area designation and Neighbourhood Forum designation

29 Nov

Kelham & Neepsend have made an application to designate a Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum.  Designating a Neighbourhood Area and Forum is the first stage in the neighbourhood plan process.  See: neighbourhood planning

The application is available from https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/place-planning/neighbourhood-planning-kelham-neepsend/ and includes a map of the proposed Neighbourhood Area, a statement on why the area is considered appropriate, a copy of the proposed forum’s constitution and contact details for the proposed forum.

A copy of the application is also available to view at First Point, Howden House, Union Street in the city centre, and at the Central Library, Surrey Street.

Comments on the application are invited for a 6 week period from Wednesday 28 November 2018 to Wednesday 9 January 2019.

Once a Neighbourhood Forum has been designated another cannot be designated for the area until that existing Neighbourhood Forum expires or is withdrawn.

To comment on the Kelham & Neepsend  Neighbourhood Forum application or the proposed boundary for the Neighbourhood Area, contact us preferably by email providing your full name and address:

Forward & Area Planning
Planning Service
Sheffield City Council
Howden House

1 Union Street

Sheffield

S1 2SH

Together women – September activities

13 Sep

Together Women

Click here to view the full monthly timetable: TWP Timetable SEPT OCT 2018

Ponderosa Park Consultation

23 Aug

 

 

 

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To complete the survey, please follow the link below:

https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/place-business-strategy/ponderosa-park-consultation

Building Connections Fund

3 Aug

New fund to tackle loneliness opens to applications on the Big Lottery Fund webpage.

Charities and community groups in England can now apply for a share of close to £9 million aimed at tackling loneliness by building strong social connections and welcoming communities.

The money is from the £11.5 million Building Connections Fund announced on 19 June by the Prime Minister, Theresa May, and lead Minister for Tackling Loneliness, Tracey Crouch, in response to the Jo Cox Commission’s recommendations on Loneliness.  Almost £9 million will be distributed by the Big Lottery Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, and will support projects already working to prevent or reduce loneliness to increase their impact.  Grants of between £30,000 and £100,000 will be available for projects which reach out to people of all ages who feel lonely or isolated, and encourage them to take part in activities, helping them to feel more connected. This could include making the most of community spaces, improving access to transport, using digital technology, or joining up local services to have a bigger reach. The money will also support the collecting and sharing of evidence and learning to increase understanding about what works to tackle loneliness.

Applications open Monday 16 July and will close on Friday 24 August. Guidance and criteria are available on the Big Lottery Fund website.

Youth Strand  There will be a separate Youth Strand of funding is made up of £2 million, which will be distributed by the Co-op Foundation, making grants of up to £80,000. It will open for applications in August 2018 – find out more on the Co-op Foundation blog. The Youth Strand will be open to organisations with existing youth-focused activities that could be effective at helping young people avoid long-term loneliness. Successful applicants will receive funding to explore youth loneliness in greater depth, test youth-led innovations within their existing provision, and share their learning as part of a national network.

All grants will be announced in December 2018, with funding available to support projects until March 2021.

If you have any  queries around the fund please contact the Big Lottery Fund  directly on tel: 0345 410 2030

 

Learn English

13 Jul

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This course is delivered every Wednesday – please contact SAVTE if you are interested or know anyone who would benefit from this course.