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Stannington Ward Lib Dems Say No! to the Loxley Valley Appeal!

How YOU can support the Say No! campaign.

Liberal Democrats have a long and healthy association with the Stannington Ward. All 3 City Council seats are held by Liberal Democrats, whose focus is on supporting local residents and communities.

  • Land at Wiggan Farm
    Article: Dec 8, 2020
    By Richard Williams

    The outline application for up to 67 houses was turned down by the Sheffield City Council's Planning and Highways Committee at this afternoon's meeting! (Tuesday 8th December)

    Reasons for refusal included the application's detrimental impact on the heritage of the area. Local Lib Dem Councillor Penny Baker, who attanded the meeting via Zoom, and spoke against the application reported:

  • Rowell Lane Loxley
    Article: Nov 29, 2020

    Sections of Rowell Lane are soon to be resurfaced as part of the Streets Ahead highway improvement programme.

    This work is due to start mid December and will last approximately 1 week, between the hours of 7am & 7pm, Monday - Friday only, although there could be some weekend working.

    Temporary road signs will be displayed five days before work starts, confirming the dates and any associated parking restrictions.

  • Green Bin Collection
    Article: Nov 25, 2020

    As a result of the COVID crisis, the Green Bin collection service was suspended earlier in the year in order to prioritise other key kerbside collections. Although reinstated during the summer, the development of the 'second wave' of the virus and the resultant impact on the workforce, led to the service being suspended once again.

  • Proposed Wiggan Farm Development
    Article: Nov 16, 2020
    By Richard Williams

    We understand that the above application to build houses in the Middle of Worrall will be heard by Sheffield Council's Planning and Highways Committee at the meeting on 8th December.

    The outline application is for up to 67 dwellings to be built on the triangle of greenfield land between, Walshaw, Haggstones and Towngate Roads.

  • Trees on Oxford Street
    Article: Oct 18, 2020

    The Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman has asked Sheffield City Council to make a public apology to the people of the city after numerous problems were found with the way it removed street trees.

    In its report issued on 14th October, the Ombudsman has found the council did not, at times, act with openness and transparency when removing trees across Sheffield, and when dealing with people's complaints about that work.