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Diversity, destination and digital at heart of city’s Channel 4 bid

Sheffield bids to be a new national home for Channel 4

1 May 2018 A panel of industry insiders say that Sheffield is “uniquely placed” to be a new national home for Channel 4 – with a site a grade two listed icon Park Hill one of several potential locations highlighted for the broadcaster to move into. At an event held at the home of the city’s globally-renowned Doc/Fest today, the ...

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Landlord prosecuted for dangerous substandard properties

Landlord shows disregard to the state of his rented property

1 May 2018 Another victory has just been secured in court as Sheffield City Council continues its clampdown on those who flout the rules in the private rented housing sector. Choice Housing Limited and its sole director Mr Robert Mellors pleaded guilty to nine breaches of The Management of Houses of Multiple Occupation Regulations in relation to four properties. Choice ...

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Clipper Logistics to bring 1,200 jobs to city

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A leading company which counts Asda, Marks & Spencer and Tesco among its blue chip clients is set to take over the former Polestar site bringing more than 1,000 jobs to the region. Clipper Logistics plans to use the 615,000 square foot site as the logistics base for North West-based Boohoo Clothing and its subsidiary, teenage online fashion outlet Pretty ...

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The world beneath our feet: Sheffield subway re-opens after refurb

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24 April 2018 Subways in many parts of Sheffield are getting a whole new look thanks to the Council’s Streets Ahead programme. The subways benefitting from the work include the one that runs under Arundel Gate, at its junction with Norfolk Street, which reopened to pedestrians on April 9, after being strengthened and refurbished. The subway, which is located beneath ...

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Have your say on Green City Sheffield

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The council has launched a debate around how the city can continue on its journey to becoming a zero carbon city by 2050. The team behind Green City Sheffield has launched a survey and wants people’s views on a number of initiatives around its new six-point plan, contained within the Green City Strategy. They are seeking views from residents and ...

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Walk your way round Sheffield’s football history

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17 April 2018 Sheffield is well and truly the home of Association Football and we have the pictures to prove it. Photographs from Sheffield Libraries, Archives and Information that show the beginnings of football in the city from 1857 onwards have been incorporated into a new smart phone app that maps the key places involved in the creation of the ...

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Sheffield to put forward Channel 4 bid after meeting with broadcaster

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Sheffield will be responding to Channel 4’s call for proposals to be based in the heart of the city after the broadcaster launched its relocation timetable today. City bosses say they are confident that Sheffield meets all the criteria set by Channel 4 for both its new national headquarters and two new regional creative hubs at the All 4 The ...

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Volunteers needed to support children in care

16 April 2018 Sheffield City Council is asking volunteers to come forward who want to make a difference to the lives of Sheffield’s young people in care. They are currently looking for volunteers to befriend and visit young people in care. The volunteers, known as independent visitors, will go out once a month with a young person to do fun activities ...

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More families given primary school places of choice

16 April 2018 More children have been given their choice of primary school in Sheffield, admissions results out today (Monday, 16 April) show. In total 6,014 children received a preferred place, an increase on last year’s results.98.75 per cent of pupils starting primary school in September have been given a place in one of their preferred schools, an increase from ...

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Free family cycling festival returns to Sheffield in July

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12 April 2018 British Cycling and HSBC UK have announced that they will be returning to Sheffield in July following the success of last year’s free, family cycling event. HSBC UK Let’s Ride Sheffield (formerly Sky Ride) will take place on Sunday 15 July, when 6.5 kilometres of city centre roads will be closed to traffic to give thousands of ...

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Breaking new ground on the Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre launch held at UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park
The groundbreaking ceremony is performed on the site of the new building
Helen Best,  Sir Malcolm Grant (Chair NHS England) , Prof Steve Haake , Vice Chancellor Prof Chris Husbands, Deborah Harry and Alison Metcalfe

10 April 2018 Press release from Sheffield Hallam University  Sir Malcolm Grant, chair of NHS England was in Sheffield today to mark the start of construction work on Sheffield Hallam University’s Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC). Set to become the most advanced research centre in the world for developing innovations that will improve population health and physical activity levels, the ...

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Just two weeks left to secure right to vote

Your vote counts - make sure you register to vote

5 April 2018 People across Sheffield are being reminded that the deadline to register for the forthcoming Local Election and the first-ever Sheffield City Region Mayoral Election is just two weeks away, by 11.59pm on Tuesday 17 April. If you live in Sheffield it is your democratic right to vote for your local councillor and for Sheffield City Region’s first-elected ...

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Sheffield’s Youth offending team given national award

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4 April 2018 Sheffield City Council’s Youth Offending Team has been nationally recognised for its work with young people with special education needs. Sheffield is just one of ten local authorities to be given the award by the education charity Achievement for All. The award is part of a Department for Education project, to share best practice for young people with complex ...

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