Broomhill and Sharrow Vale • City • Hillsborough • Walkley
About Local Area Committees
Local Area Committees (LACs) give you the chance to raise your views, share your opinion on what the council does in your area and contribute to making changes in your neighbourhood.
As a resident of Central Sheffield, this is your opportunity to say what you would like to see improved.
Latest news and meeting updates
Your LAC will be meeting to discuss how to go about turning its new community plan into actions that address local priorities.
There’s now a Community Plan for South West Sheffield. This maps out the area’s priorities and how they will be tackled.
You can read a summary of the plan online.
You can read the full Central Sheffield community plan online.
How you can get involved
We want to enable as many Sheffielders as possible to be involved, from all sectors of the community.
To receive LAC information by post or in alternative formats, or if you have any questions or concerns regarding accessibility of meetings or events, please contact the team using the details below.
Map of Sheffield showing the seven LAC areas and the council wards within the LACs
About Central LAC
The Central Local Area Committee (LAC) is made up of four wards: Broomhill and Sharrow Vale, City, Hillsborough and Walkley. The whole area has a population of approximately 106,000 residents.
The ethnicity of Central residents is diverse, with approximately 27% of residents identifying as being from a Minority Ethnic background.
There are many parks and green spaces within the area, including Sheffield Botanical Gardens, Weston Park, Bolehills and Hillsborough Park.
The area is going through an important transition as the city aims to become zero carbon by 2030. In October 2021, the council approved plans to introduce a category C Clean Air Zone, covering the inner ring road and city centre.
Councillors in the Central area
Ward pot funding
Grants are available to local voluntary, community and self-help groups and projects that want to make a difference in their community. If your organisation can contribute to your local area, you may be eligible for funding.