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Only one week to register your vote for June 8 General Election

Your vote counts - make sure you register to vote

15 May 2017 People across Sheffield are being reminded that the deadline to register for the forthcoming General Election is just one week away, by 11.59pm on Monday 22 May. If you’re not registered to vote, or unsure if you’re still registered, you need to apply by 22 May. Sheffield City Council is advising people not to leave registering to ...

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Groundbreaking ceremony marks the start of construction of new HSBC office

Council chief executive John Mothersole and COO of HSBC James Emmett break the ground on phase one of the Sheffield Retail Quarter

9 May 2017 Construction has begun on HSBC’s new office in the Sheffield Retail Quarter, with the important milestone marked by a ground breaking ceremony attended by James Emmett, Chief Operating Officer (COO) at HSBC Bank plc. Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council, and John Mothersole, chief executive  of SCC were also in attendance at the ceremony which was also attended by ...

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Sheffield is ready for the General Election – are you?

Sheffield Town Hall and the Peace Gardens

19 April 2017 Sheffield is ready to go to the polls on Thursday 8 June, after Parliament agreed to hold an early General Election. That’s the message from Sheffield City Council, which is reassuring members of the public that there is time to register to vote, and to request a postal or proxy vote, in order not to miss out ...

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Northern Powerhouse appoints Sheffield City Council chief executive to advisory board

Chief Executive John Mothersole

Wednesday 17 August 2016 First published by The UK Northern Powerhouse Conference The UK Northern Powerhouse has appointed four Yorkshire business heavyweights to its advisory board in order to assist it in driving forward its plans for supporting significant growth in the Northern economy. Sheffield City Council’s chief executive, John Mothersole, Huddersffield’s Ajaz Ahmed (the founder of Freeserve) and Roger ...

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Statement: Hillsborough Inquest

John Mothersole, Chief Executive of Sheffield City Council said; “We welcome the conclusion of the inquests with the announcement of the jury’s formal findings. “I very much hope that these findings will bring some peace to the families of the 96 people who tragically died that day. The fifteenth of April 1989 is a dark day in the history of ...

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Your Vote Counts – But You Must Be Registered

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Thursday 31 March 2016 Voters have just over two weeks to make sure they are registered for the local elections this year, where all 84 Sheffield City Council seats will be contested. Monday 18 April is the final date to register for this year’s elections on 5 May. Around four in every five people eligible to vote in Sheffield are ...

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Harry Harpham

Harry Harpahm MP and former deputy leader of Sheffield City Council

Friday 5 February 2016 We understand there are many people in Sheffield mourning the sad loss of Harry Harpham MP and former deputy leader of Sheffield City Council. A Book of Condolence has been opened at Sheffield Town Hall for people to pay tribute to him. Councillor Julie Dore, Leader of Sheffield City Council, said: “It’s difficult to express in words ...

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Statements on HS2 station locations

Sheffield City Centre

30 November 2015 On Leeds station Julie Dore, leader of Sheffield City Council, said: “We absolutely welcome the news that a solution has been reached for Leeds that listens to what the Leeds business community has been saying and that links Transport for the North – or ‘HS3’ – with HS2 in a single integrated location. “This is what makes ...

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Call for public views on the council budget priorities

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Wednesday 18 November 2015 Safeguarding vulnerable people, the future employment of young people, and protecting the least well off are some of the key priorities Sheffield City Council leaders will aim to protect as much as they can from budget cuts. They want to make sure key areas are given greatest protection under the next round of budget cuts, expected ...

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Council’s response to Ofsted letter

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Jayne Ludlam, Executive Director of Children, Young People and Families, said: “Of course it is worrying to be sent a letter like this and we recognise that, but the details need to be taken in context of an improving trend. “Primary standards in Sheffield continue to improve across all key stages and recently the rate of improvement in reading, writing ...

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Don’t leave it too late to register to vote

Sheffield City Centre

20 October 2015 Do you want to have your say on the services provided in Sheffield or in the referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union? The local elections next year may seem a long way off, but whenever it is called, a referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union would only need six weeks’ notice! ...

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Check you’re registered to vote now

10 August 2015 The elections next year may seem a long way off, but Sheffield residents are now being encouraged to check if they are registered to vote. Household enquiry forms will be dropping through letter boxes this month and the information provided will enable the City Council to send a separate registration form to those who still need to ...

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Commemorating VE Day

Thursday 7 May 2015 The people of Sheffield are invited to mark Victory in Europe Day in the city with a two minute silence at Sheffield’s cenotaph. Friday 8 May 2015 is the anniversary of VE Day, marking 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. To coincide with national plans to mark this occasion across ...

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Thursday’s the day

                                                            5 May 2015 Sheffield electors are being reminded that Thursday is the day to go and vote by Sheffield City Council’s Elections team. In addition to the General Election on Thursday (7 May), Sheffield’s electors will also be having their say in the Local and Parish elections in the city. “By now, everyone in Sheffield who’s on the electoral ...

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Don’t lose your vote for the May elections

Wednesday 8 April 2015 Voters have less than two weeks to make sure they are registered for the general and local elections next month. Monday 20 April is the final date to register for this year’s elections on 7 May. Around four in every five people eligible to vote in Sheffield are now registered, but it is important that everyone ...

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