Plough Appeal Submitted

The Plough, Crosspool
The Plough, Crosspool

Spacepad Construction has submitted an appeal against the refusal of planning permission to demolish “The Plough” Sandygate Road, Crosspool.

After the Sheffield City Council made their decision to refuse planning permission in August last year, Spacepad Construction lodged an appeal in January this year.

The Planning Inspectorate, (having only just got round to processing the appeal earlier this month), will have copies of all of the comments/objections made on the original application.
If you have any new information or additional comments to make, you can email the Planning Inspectorate via: west2@planninginspectorate.gov.uk
In your email, you must include your name and address and this reference number: APP/J4423/W/21/3267944.  You can request that this information is not disclosed. The deadline for submissions is August 19th.

Alternatively, you can go to the Planning Inspectorate website via this link:
https://acp.planninginspectorate.gov.uk/
In the box ‘Search for a Case’ enter the reference number: 3267944 Then click on ‘Make a Representation’.   Again, the deadline is August 19th

The ‘appeal documents’ should also be available shortly on the Sheffield Planning website: https://planningapps.sheffield.gov.uk/online-applications/ In the search box, enter reference: 19/02130/FUL

DO NOT direct any enquiries to Sheffield Planning Department, all enquiries or comments must go through the Planning Inspectorate.
The appeal is being conducted on the basis of ‘written representations’ meaning that no hearings or meetings will be held.
The Planning Inspectorate aims to make a decision within eight weeks.

For more detailed guidance on the appeals process, please use this link: https://www.gov.uk/…/guide-to-taking-part-in-planning

Garden Waste Collections Suspended

Green Bin Collections

Due to COVID-19 impacting staffing levels, garden waste collections are suspended for two weeks.

.The situation continues to be review and the service will resume as soon as possible. In the meantime, please keep your green bin on your property until collections restart. 

Where possible, please keep your garden waste at your home until the service recommences. If this is not possible, you can take your garden waste to your local Household Waste Recycling Centre.

Details relating to refunds or additional collections will be confirmed once the level of disruption has been assessed.

Resources are being prioritised to make sure black bin and recycling collections can operate as normal.

Service updates are also shared on the Veolia alerts page and at Recycle4Shef on Twitter

BOOK AND BRIC-A-BRAC SALE

Second-Hand Books

Sale of Second-Hand Books & Bric-a-Brac in the
Scout Hall, Benty Lane, Crosspool

Saturday 31st July
9am—2pm

Come and Grab a Bargain!!

Books:- Choose From a Huge Selection Of Used Books!
DIY, Gardening, Cooking & Leisure – Poetry, Plays & Prose – History, Fiction, Classic & Children’s Titles

Bric-a-Brac :- A wide range of second-hand Bric-a-Brac, retro and vintage –ceramics and glass – curios and keepsakes.

Have Your Say on Street Tree Decisions

As part of the new approach to managing street trees across the city, further consultations on individual trees are now live on the Sheffield council’s Citizen Space Consultation Hub.

Welcome to Crosspool sign and trees
Highway Trees

Residents are being encouraged to take part in consultations on individual trees; an approach outlined within the Sheffield Street Partnership Tree Strategy. 

The Sheffield City Council want to ensure that our street trees are looked after as valuable assets for the city. As part of this approach to management, they are focused on the need for transparency in decision making and community consultation in the process. This allows local people the opportunity to understand and, if necessary, challenge a tree management decision through a clear and open process.

New 5G Telecoms Mast for Crosspool

New 20m high 5G telecoms mast and multifarious cabinets to be sited in Crosspool!

The Sheffield City Council has received a planning application that you may want to comment on, the deadline for this is 30th July 2021.

The planning application, from  CK Hutchison Networks (UK) Ltd, is for a 20m high 5G telecoms mast with a wraparound cabinet at the base, 3 additional cabinets and associated ancillary works on  land adjoining, 1 Stephen Hill Sheffield S105NT. (Application to determine if approval required for siting and appearance)

The quickest way to view and comment on the application is at www.Sheffield.gov.uk/planning   Your comment will be immediately acknowledged and visible on the website under public comments.’ Selecting `Track’ keeps you updated on the application by email.

Beat the Street

There is still time to join “Beat the Street” a fun free initiative that will see Sheffield transformed into a giant game!

See how far you can walk, cycle, run, scoot and roll. There are great challenges to enjoy and prizes up for grabs.

The game is due to end on 28 July 2021

BUMPS BARINS AND BABIES

It could be you

New volunteers needed! Could this be you?

St Columba’s and Stephen Hill Church, Crosspool, have amazing volunteers that make everything possible, but they could always do with more help at their groups!!

They currently need new volunteers for their Weekly Bumps, Barins and Babies Group and their monthly Family Groups.

If you are able to help in any way and want to know more, please Email Tara (Children and Family worker), Childrens@stcolumbacrosspool.org.uk

2021 Crosspool Scarecrow Competition Winners

Scarecrows entered for the 2021 community scarecrow competition celebrating the beginning of a ‘New Chapter’ were, as one would have expected, of a very high standard, making it challenging for the judges to choose the winners.

After careful consideration scrutinising all the scarecrows entered, Glyn at “Nest Café” & Rob at “Pet Supplies” chose the following winner and runners-up.

First Prize winner – “Story Time” Manchester Road, receives a certificate and a £25 voucher kindly donated by Green Cross Chemist, Crosspool.

Story Time

First runner-up – “A New Dawn Breaks” Ringstead Crescent, receives a certificate and a voucher for two fish & chip dinners kindly donated by the Crosspool Fish Bar, Crosspool.

A New Dawn Breaks

Seconded runner-up –“Wizardy” Lydgate Hall Crescent, receives a certificate and a £10 voucher kindly donated by Nest Café, Crosspool.

Wizardy

On behalf of the community of Crosspool, we would like to take this opportunity to give a  big ”Thank You” to Michele Hatton for  organising this year’s scarecrow competition, and also to express our gratitude to Glyn & Rob  for making the time in their busy diaries to support the Crosspool community by selecting this year’s winners.

Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s competition. The organisers hope that the variety of entertaining individual creations encourages everyone to enter next year’s competition.

2021 Crosspool Festival Photography Competition Winners

People were invited to submit a photo on the theme ‘A Year in Crosspool’

The results of our annual festival photography competition have been announced!
The polls received nearly 146 votes. The results are below.

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic restrictions on mass gathering, being extended to the 19th July 2021, this Saturdays hugely popular Crosspool Summer Fayre has had to be cancelled for the second year running, As a result the prizes for this year’s Photo Competition and Scarecrow Competition will now be presented to the competition winners at Hudson’s Kitchen on Sandygate Road, this  Saturday 3 July at  12:30pm.

 Category 1 winners: Photos by Adult

First : Working from Home by Paul Dorrington
Second : Image 1 of Week 1 of Lockdown by Louise Robinson
Third : (No) golf (of) course by Ken Rutter

Category 2 winner: Photo by a Younger Member of our Community

Overall winner: Magic Fairy Toadstool on Watt Lane by Isaac Robinson