Monthly Archives: August 2012

Sheffield Buses – Consultation & Scrutiny Committee

A brief update on Sheffield Buses.  The public benches were full at yesterday’s Cabinet meeting, and Alan Kewley who wrote this report for us was one of several who raised questions.  The Cabinet members present voted to endorse the recommendations in the report.  This decision … Continue reading

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Post-Fukushima: Climate Change & Energy Policy Developments – Event 19 Nov 2012

Speakers at our Post-Fukushima Event on climate change and energy policy in May are so keen to share their concerns that they’ve asked us to arrange a follow-up on Monday 19th November, start time 4pm until 7pm. Our speakers are: … Continue reading

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CO2T Conference – Financial Benefits of Greener Technology, 9.30 – 16.00, 27 Sept 2012

CO2T Conference on 27th September, 2012 09.30-16.00 at New York Stadium, Rotherham United F.C., Don Street, Rotherham S60 1AH Transport industry guest speakers will share their CO2 reduction knowledge in transport systems is an engine for economic growth. Sheffield will be offering SMEs potential … Continue reading

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Consultation on Sheffield City Council’s Public Libraries

Library consultation survey launched 13 August 2012 for 8 weeks, closes 8 October 2012. Andrew Milroy, Acting Head of Libraries at Sheffield City Council’s Archives and Information Service is consulting on how to change our library services to make them fit and affordable … Continue reading

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Sheffield Hydro Community share offer gets go-ahead

Sheffield Renewables recently announced the launch of their share offer, which aims to raise £250,000 to put in place the final funding needed to build the hydro electric scheme at Jordan Dam, on the Lower Don. The build will commence in mid 2013 … Continue reading

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