Archive | November, 2010
Yes to AV

Lib Dems and Greens come together for fair votes

Sheffield’s Liberal Democrat and Green councillors have come together to add their support to the campaign for a fairer voting system. The Sheffield Liberal Democrats and Green Party have jointly tabled a motion to next week’s Full Council meeting, supporting the ‘Yes Campaign’ in the referendum on voting reform. The motion calls on all Sheffield […]

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Street clutter / Silly signs

Lib Dems signal cut down on street clutter and silly signs

Liberal Democrats on Sheffield City Council have proposed cutting down on street clutter and unnecessary signs on local roads and pavements. Lib Dems will make the proposal at next week’s council meeting which, if accepted, will see local people nominating signs to remove and streets to de-clutter. The move follows new guidance from the Coalition […]

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Cllr Paul Scriven speaks to the rally against Post Office closures

Lib Dems deliver groundbreaking deal for Sheffield’s Post Offices

Today Liberal Democrat Sheffield City Council have announced a radical new deal that will see the post office network in Sheffield dramatically improved and shaped according to the needs of local communities. The deal, which has been brokered by Lib Dem councillors, is the first of its type across the country and if successful could […]

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Top award For Lib Dem noise nuisance service

Sheffield people officially have the best service to tackle noise nuisance in the country. The Lib Dem City Council, working in partnership with South Yorkshire Police scooped an award from the Noise Abatement Society for the best service. Introducing a new night time noise nuisance service was one of the Lib Dems key pledges before […]

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Cllr Shaffaq Mohammed at Chapeltown Park with local Lib Dems and Friends of Chapeltown Park

Lib Dems swing into action to save playground plans

Liberal Democrats on Sheffield City Council have announced that plans to install new playground equipment at 12 sites across Sheffield will go ahead. The plans had been under threat due to ‘Playbuilder’ budget reductions from Government. Last week the Government announced that Sheffield would not receive the full £600,000 originally allocated. However, Liberal Democrat councillors […]

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