In Your Area: Beauchief & Greenhill

Beauchief & Greenhill ward is in the south-west of Sheffield and contains Beauchief and Greenhill, as well as Chancet Wood, Low Edges, Batemoor, and parts of Lower Bradway.

B&G

In Beauchief & Greenhill local Liberal Democrats have been fighting to:

  • Protect Greenhill Library & Jordanthorpe Library from closure.
  • Campaign at unfair changes to bus services in our area.
  • Introduce a lorry ban on Abbey Lane and Bocking Lane.
  • Remove the unpopular bus-gate at Meadowhead.
  • Secure investment for Graves Tennis and Leisure Centre.

You can learn more about what local Lib Dems are doing Beauchief & Greenhill by clicking here.

Local Councillors

Beauchief & Greenhill has two Lib Dem councillors. Learn more about them below:

Name: Cllr Simon Clement-Jones

Years as councillor: 10                     Term Ends: May 2015

Bio: Simon moved to Sheffield in 1989 to study mechanical engineering at Sheffield Hallam University. He worked in the steelworks in Sheffield, Barnsley and Rotherham before starting a computer consultancy business in 1999. Simon was first elected as a local councillor in 2004 to represent Beauchief and Greenhill and has since been re-elected twice. Simon has been a Governor of Greenhill School for 7 years, a Trustee of Woodseats Advice Centre and a Champion of Chancet Wood Children’s Home. Simon was the Council’s Cabinet Member for Finance from 2008-2011 and in this position delivered the lowest ever council tax increase three years in the row including a historic council tax freeze in 2011.

Tel: 0114 249 1079               E-mail: simon.clement-jones@sheffield.gov.uk 

Surgeries: Please contact me to arrange a mutually convenient meeting in an appropriate location. There is no need to wait for a monthly surgery. I aim to see people within a couple of days.

 

Richard ShawName: Cllr Richard Shaw

Years as councillor: Maiden Year             Term Ends: May 2018

Bio: Richard has lived locally with his wife since 2008 and was elected as a councillor for Beauchief & Greenhill in 2014. Richard is originally from Loughborough but moved to Sheffield in 2004 to study at the University of Sheffield. Locally Richard has campaigned to keep open local libraries, for better bus services and to improve road safety. Richard works in Sheffield city centre as a website and software developer in the field of health and social care. Richard has long enjoyed being active in helping the community, being involved with the Scout movement for many years and volunteering at summer play-schemes at a local Community Centre during summer holidays. Richard also volunteers for Friends of Bishops House and is a member of Friends of Greenhill Library.

Tel: 0114 221 0009               E-mail: richard.shaw@sheffield.gov.uk

Surgeries: Please contact me to arrange a mutually convenient meeting in an appropriate location. There is no need to wait for a monthly surgery. I aim to see people within a couple of days.