Archive | January, 2010
Call to safeguard jobs as Labour fudge Cadbury takeover

Call to safeguard jobs as Labour fudge Cadbury takeover

A local Liberal Democrat councillor, who has the under threat Sheffield Cadbury Trebor Bassett factory in his ward, is set to take his call for the Government to stand up for local jobs to next week’s meeting of Sheffield City Council. Hillsborough Ward Liberal Democrat councillor Joe Taylor will propose that the Council writes to […]

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Assemblies keeping Sheffield spick and span

Lib Dems on Sheffield City Council have revealed figures which show Community Assemblies, the seven local area boards made up of local councillors and setup by the Liberal Democrats, are proving invaluable in keeping Sheffield spick and span. As a result of every Community Assembly investing in extra environmental teams, over 100 extra job requests have […]

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Lib Dem playground plan swings into action

Liberal Democrats on Sheffield City Council have welcomed progress on their £2m plan to create and improve 23 playgrounds across Sheffield. With eleven of the sites due to be completed by April 2010, many local people can now see work beginning in their local park. One of sites includes Hillsborough Park , at which the new […]

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Lib Dem action sees over 3,000 warmer homes this winter

The weather may be cold outside, but more than 3,000 homes are now warmer within, thanks to a ground-breaking scheme introduced by Liberal Democrats on Sheffield City Council. Sheffield City Council’s Free Insulation Scheme was launched in April 2009. It offers free loft and wall cavity insulation to homeowners and private tenants and is being […]

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Call 101 when it's less urgent than 999

Lib Dem Council saves anti-social behaviour hotline from Labour cut

Sheffield’s dedicated helpline for local people to report anti-social behaviour and other nuisance has been saved, thanks to Liberal Democrat Sheffield City Council. The Council has come up with a financial package to rescue the helpline, whose future had been under threat as the Labour Government cut funding for the popular local service. Under the […]

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