there has been a  planning application submitted for a student village in SharrowVale

if you want to comment or object you can email stewart.greenslade@sheffield.Gov.uk

directly or follow the planning link here

http://publicaccess.sheffield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=N5IEVMNYFY000

 

http://www.goskyride.com/sheffieldSkyRide

eLets Ride Sheffield

Thanks very much to all those who like and interact on our Facebook page. We just broke 1,000 likes!

And thanks to Roger who keeps it very active with photos, events and local business news.

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A chance to network with like-minded people creating new digital opportunities as individual
entrepreneurs and through Sheffield’s network of Digital Media Centres, including:

  • The launch of SCN’s Internet Access Review
  • Practical advice and support with surgeries on finance and business planning, technical
  • support on digital and social media
  • Promote your business with a 60 second promo video
  • A workshop on how to evaluate your impact and prove your worth
  • Free lunch!

Please confirm your attendance by emailing events@sheffieldcommunity.net
We look forward to seeing you on 23rd.

Mini – Conference
Thursday 23rd April 2013, 11 am to 4pm
The Workstation, 15 Paternoster Row, Sheffield, S1 2BX

The Sheffield Community Network is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Sheffield City Council

 

For more details check out our Sharrow Vale Market page

Some Proposed changes to off stree parking tariffs…


 

Traffic Regulation Order

THE SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL (CONSOLIDATION)

(ON-STREET PARKING AND PROHIBITION OF WAITING) (OUTER AREA) ORDER 2008

THE SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL (OFF STREET CAR PARK) (CONTROL OF USE) ORDER 2002

THE SHEFFIELD CITY COUNCIL (CROOKESMOOR CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE) ORDER 2008

VARIATION OF CHARGES:

Road Traffic Act 1991, Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Sections 35C and 46A

The Sheffield City Council hereby gives NOTICE that the following changes to off-street and on-street parking charges will take effect from the 5th day of April 2013.

Please note the new prices will apply when the ticket issuing machines and tariff boards have been altered. Please check the charges displayed on the machines and tariff boards before purchasing a ticket.

PROPOSED CHANGES TO OFF-STREET PARKING TARIFF (OUTER AREA)

Car Park

Duration

of Stay

Existing

 (p)

Proposed

(p)

 

Car Parks

Broomspring Lane

UPTO       1 hour

40

50

Parkers Lane

Spooner Road

Alderson Road

Stewart Road

UPTO       2 hours

80

100

UPTO

3 hours

120

150

UPTO

4 hours

160

200


PROPOSED CHANGES TO ON-STREET PARKING TARIFF (OUTER AREA)

Duration

of Stay

Existing (p)

Proposed (p)

1 hour

40

50

2 hours

80

100

3 hours

120

150

4 hours

160

200

10 hours

350

400

Dated this 15th day of March, 2013

Director of Development Services

L Sturch, MRTPI, 2-10 Carbrook Hall Road, SHEFFIELD, S9 2DB


Businesses from across the UK can apply for £1500 to part-fund the salary of a University of Sheffield Graduate Intern.  The Intern will work on a three month project to support the growth and development of your business.  If you have a project in the pipeline for 2013, you could use this opportunity to tap into the skills, knowledge and experiences that a graduate intern can bring to your business.   Projects can be based around marketing, social media, business admin, finance, market research, events management, sales or something more sector specific.  If you are currently looking to recruit a graduate this scheme presents an opportunity to get to know the successful candidate before offering full time employment.  Santander Banking Group are working in partnership with the Careers Service at The University of Sheffield to support SME’s to access graduate talent and provide valuable work experience to recent graduates.

Applications are welcomed from businesses across the UK who employ less than 250 people, can provide a three month graduate level project and are able to match fund £1500 to provide a salary of £1000 per month for the graduate.  To apply for a Part-Funded Graduate Internship complete the application form on our website and send it to intern@sheffield.ac.uk.  All applications must be received by January 16th 2013, however they will be assessed on a first come first serve basis so send in your application soon to avoid disappointment.

For more information about the scheme contact Claire Brooke on 0114 222 0962, email intern@sheffield.ac.uk or visit our website: http://www.shef.ac.uk/careers/employers/raising/santander.

Social enterprises supported by Sheffield Community Network can apply for up to £5,000 funding for ICT equipment through the Social Enterprise Equipment Grants (SEEG) scheme.

The grant-making panel will meet on September 25th. Completed grant applications need to be received by CM Solutions by 5pm on September 10 in order to be considered at the 25 September panel.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Please note that you must have been accepted for SCN social enterprise support before you submit a funding application. You can register your interest in this programme through an Expression of Interest  form. If you would like to apply for a grant and haven’t yet submitted an expression of interest form, please do this by August 20.

The grants will be linked to an action plan of specialist support provided by SCN to build investment readiness through feasibility studies, business planning and market testing.  We can help you to make the best possible application to the scheme, including advising you on an equipment list and supporting you to develop your business case.

The grants are aimed at start-up and early stage social enterprises. Full information is available at http://sheffieldcommunity.net/applying/

If there are any funds left unspent after this round, there may be future calls for applications.

www.sheffieldcommunity.net

CM Solutions and Cultural Industries Quarter Agency are organising a public event to outline plans for a local digital television channel for Sheffield and to gather feedback on how the channel can best meet Sheffield needs.

Please join us on Wednesday 25 July 2012, 6pm to 7.30pm At Creative Lounge, Showroom-Workstation, Paternoster Row S1 2BX

To book a place at this event please go to:
http://sheffieldlocaltv.eventbrite.com

We also encourage you to complete the online survey at:
http://survey.sheffieldlocaltv.co.uk

You are invited to a Lunch Plus event that will explore intellectual property rights and how social media can be used to boost your business. This event is being made possible by ERDF funding as part of the Sheffield Community Network project.

Speakers:

Jane Lambert, NIPC Law

Jane Lambert is a specialist intellectual property and technology law counsel. Arbitrator and mediator of IP and technology disputes. Mission to bring high quality professional services within reach of those who usually need them most but can often afford them least. Author of “Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights: A Concise Guide for Businesses and Innovative and creative Individuals” published by Gower in March 2009 (http://bit.ly/3c7Hg2).

Jane will talk about intellectual property rights.

Tracey Johnson, Barnsley Development Agency

Tracey Johnson is a sector specialist with over 12 years of experience in the technology and creative industries and a wide knowledge of these sectors locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Her current role includes attracting CDI sector inward investment into South Yorkshire as well as strategically supporting the indigenous business base and supporting improved sector networking locally and regionally.

Tracey will be talking about how social media can boost your business.

Places are strictly limited and are offered on a first come, first served basis. To reserve your place please email Rachel@ciq.org.uk

This event is free of charge and will be held at 12.30 at:

Creative Sheffield
First Floor,
The Fountain Precinct,
Balm Green
Sheffield
S1 2JA

This event is funded by the Sheffield Community Network as part of the European Regional Development Fund. Sheffield Community Network brings together key local partners to deliver a programme of interventions and investment in infrastructure that creates a seedbed for community-based growth, enabling the creation of new businesses and jobs. Thanks to Creative Sheffield for hosting the event.

Lunch Plus