Fir Vale Masterplan
Sheffield City Council are now in the third
round of public consultation for the Burngreave and
Fir Vale Masterplan. The draft plan is now available
which is based on what people liked from the options
exhibited in June/ July. The content of the plan is
not what will happen, and changes can still be made.
It is anticipated that the finalised Burngreave: Fir
Vale Master Plan will be taken to Council Cabinet for
formal approval late 2004/early 2005.
The plans will be available at the following events:
- Monday 25 October, Abbeyfield Park
- Tuesday 26 October, Skinnerthorpe
Road Shops 10am-4pm.
(Interpreters in Arabic, Somali and Urdu are available)
- Thursday 28 October, Burngreave
Area Panel meeting 6.30pm-8.30pm
- Friday 29 October, Catherine Street
- Wednesday 3 November, BNDfC Shop
- Thursday 4 November, Upwell Street
Tyres and Autos 10am-4pm.
( Interpreters in Arabic, Somali and Urdu are available)
- Friday 5 November, BNDfC Shop 4pm-7pm
- Saturday 6 November, Ellesmere Green
10am-4pm (Interpreters in Arabic, Somali and Urdu
- Wednesday 10 November, BNDfC Shop
A summary of the plans will also be available at Sheffield
City Council's First Point Reception in Howden House
from Monday 18 October until Friday 12 November.
The plans are also available as pdf files on the Council's
website. The file 'Draft Master Plan
October 2004' is the lastest version of the plans.
What do you think?
You can register your comments with the Council by attending
one of the events below, or by filling in a questionnaire
(available to download from the same site as above)
and emailing to email@example.com
or in writing to Maria Duffy, Sheffield City Council,
4th Floor, Howden House, Sheffield S1 2SH.
For further information on the Masterplan in general
Maria Duffy, Shanaz Hussain or John Keyworth on 273
For housing relating enquiries contact:
Sam Sykes 244 6553, Amanda James 261 7264
or Wendy Foster 256 2182
The deadline for comments is 18th November
The Messenger also wants to hear from you
– if you would like your comments published in
the Messenger or on our website please email
or call 242 0564, before Wednesday 28th October.
Want to know more about the Masterplan? Our
report, from the August issue is now online: Council