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Green Bin – final collection in the Crosspool area – Tuesday 1st December.

To ensure your green bin is emptied prior to next years’ service, please put your Green Bin out by 7am this Tuesday.

Refuse Collection Appreciation

To show solidarity that we are all behind the Veolia refuse staff and more importantly help raise their morale during the Coronavirus outbreak. Can we encourage households to place this small rainbow sticker on their bins?  Please!

.Keep Safe

Stephen Hill Junction Remains Closed

Yorkshire Water have now dealt with the burst water main at the Stephen Hill junction with Manchester Road2019 YWA repairs

To allow for the carriageway to be reinstated, the junction is expected to remain CLOSED until the weekend.

Local residents in the surrounding area may have experienced low pressure or no water due to these urgent repairs carried out by Yorkshire Water. The water now restored may be cloudy or discoloured, this will return to normal shortly after and you can help clear this by running your tap for a few minutes.


Following a large number of objections from local residents and businesses to the erection of a 12.5m mobile phone monopole, on the land adjacent to 1, Sandygate Grange Drive, Sandygate Road; Sandygate Grangethe SCC Chief Planning Officer has confirmed that EE LTD & Hutchinson 3G UK LTD, have now withdrawn their planning application, Ref: 19/00405/TEL

Details of the planning application can be found at  Planningapps


Some 50 objections received to a New Mobile Phone Mast Planned for Crosspool.

Tuesday 14th May or Tuesday 4th June – Sheffield Council planning committeeNo Mast here.JPG to make a decision on the planning application for the erection of a 12.5m monopole with the provision of associated cabinets and equipment, adjacent to Sandygate Grange Drive on Sandygate Road.

Details of the planning proposal (19/00405/TEL) can be found at:





Improvements set for Rivelin Water Treatment Works

After lengthy discussions with conservation and community groups, plans have now been submitted for permission to construction the underground option to house the new tanks required for the first stage of the treatment process.

​This large project will enable Yorkshire Water to continue to supply water to large parts of Sheffield.

If you would like to know more about the project, a spokeperson from Yorkshire Water will be addressing the Crosspool Forum Open Meeting on Thursday, starting 7pm at St Columba’s.

View the plans – Sheffield City Council website

Burst water main on Sandygate Road causes loss of supply and minor delays

Water main repairs have meant there are temporary lights in the precinct
Water main repairs have meant there are temporary lights in the precinct

A burst water main on Sandygate Road caused interrupted water supplies for some local buildings and minor delays in the precinct yesterday.

Temporary lights were installed in order for repairs to take place, resulting in only a single lane of traffic being able to pass outside the former Artisan restaurant building.

Water supplies were restored to 32-54 Sandygate Road at around 2pm on Wednesday. The roadworks and traffic lights are still in place this morning.