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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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
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.
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 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.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, July’s hugely popular Crosspool Summer Fayre has had to be cancelled for the second year running.
This year’s event was due to take place on Saturday 3rd July, but with current government COVID-19 restrictions on mass gathering now having been extended to the 19th July 2021; it is with deep regret and disappointment that we have to cancel the Fayre for the second consecutive year.
This annual event, organised by the Crosspool Forum volunteers would normally attract hundreds of people to the CDYST sports field, Coldwell Lane, to enjoy an afternoon of fun and entertainment for the whole family.
We realise that this will be a huge disappointment to those who usually visit the fayre, and to our loyal stall holders’, entertainers and exhibitors, especially after such a difficult year. However with our NHS and other public services predicted to be under significant pressure and public safety still our top priority, we know that residents and visitors will fully understand that regrettably having to cancel was unavoidable.
There are hopes that there is light at the end of the tunnel and things may get better.
Please keep your eye on this website and the notice board in the precinct as if allowed we hope to hold a smaller event at a venue in Crosspool.
Further consultations on decisions relating to street trees are now open, giving residents the chance to have their say on street trees across the city.
Two further online consultations are available on the council’s consultation hub, CitizenSpace, until 8 June 2021.
The Sheffield Tree Partnership has developed a draft, Sheffield Street Tree Partnership Working Strategy. This sets out our commitment to explain to local residents the reasons behind decisions to remove trees, and provide the opportunity to challenge these decisions through an open and transparent process.
Stage three of the government road map went ahead as planned at midnight, with up to six people or two different households now allowed to meet indoors. Hugs and other physical contact between ‘close friends and family’ are now permitted for the first time since Covid-19 restrictions began.
Pubs and restaurants can now welcome customers back indoors, although anyone visiting a pub must remain seated to order, eat and drink. The one-metre (3ft) rule remains in place in public settings such as pubs, shops and restaurants. You should wear a face mask when walking around these places.
Groups of up to 30 people outside are allowed, but bigger groups are illegal.