Site name: Haywood Lane Triangle

Zone: Inner Zone

Land owner: SCC Planning & Transport

Date of survey: 29-Feb-00

Current management: Amenity grass mown & two flower beds maintained.

Proposed management: Re-site litter bin further away from seats alongside wall. New flower beds alongside boundary, with lavender hedge or other low growing bush.

Date of Visual Survey - Aug 2004

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The ideas and possibilities outlined below are designed to help members of the local community as they think about what could happen on this site. Nothing is fixed and alternative solutions may well emerge over the coming decade - it is for the local community to decide and enable it to happen. Use the email button at the bottom right to volunteer to help and also to send additional information and ideas for specific sites

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Visual Attributes - update 2004

This site consists of a triangular shaped area of mown amenity grass, with two irregular shaped flower beds (pansies), bounded by Manchester Road to the north and Haywood Lane to the south.  A stone wall separates the site from an adjacent house and garden on the western edge, in front of which sit a bin and a wooden bench. A large stone semi-circular horse trough is located on the eastern corner of the triangle.

 

Safety

The site feels very safe, as it is totally open with plenty of surveillance provided by surrounding houses and passing vehicles and pedestrians. The main road and unbounded short drop to Manchester Road may be a hazard for young children.

Activities that the site supports at present

The bench provides seating, although this is rarely used. A large lit fir tree is erected at Christmas time on this site, due to its good location on the main road.

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Activities that could be supported in the future

The amenity grass and flower beds could be replaced by taller shrubs and herbaceous plants that would be much more aesthetically pleasing, visible from the road and less maintenance intensive. Tree or shrub planting around the bench could provide a more protected, private place to sit.


The charts below have a colour next the description if anything in the list, which was used to identify the whole range of possibilities for Stocksbridge, occurs on this site.

Ecology

HABITAT TYPES FOUND ON SITE

found 2002

aim by 2012

found 2002

aim by 2012

Amenity Grassland

*

Mosses and Bryophytes

Amenity Shrubs

*

Heath Land

Amenity Tree Planting

Wetlands

Amenity Flower Beds

*

Open Water

Amenity Hedges

Running Water

Rough Grassland

Cultivated/Disturbed Land

Acid Grassland

Bare Earth/Erosion (small)

*

Marshy Grassland

Hedges

Trees Broadleaf

Walls

*

Trees Coniferous

Fences

Trees Mixed

Invasive Species

Scrub

Other (Please state)

Tall Herbs

Low Herbs and Shrubs (Native)

Amenity Bulb Planting

 

 


People

CURRENT USES

found 2002

aim by 2012

found 2002

aim by 2012

FORMAL PROVISION

INFORMAL USES

Formal Pitches

Cycling

Formal Play Area

Jogging

Car Park

Walking

Seating

*

Shortcuts

Picnic Area

Desire Lines

Art Work

Motor Cycling

Dog Walking Area

Car Driving

Pavement

Car Parking

Footpath Network

Damaged Bollards/Fences

Steps

Vandalism

Cycle Paths

Graffiti

Trim Track

Litter

Litter Bins

*

Fly Tipping (small)

Dog Waste Bins

Burnt Out Cars

Formal Off-road Area

Fires

Bollards

Hanging Around

Lighting (Street)

*

Alcohol Drinking

Signs (Road nameplate)

*

Drug Taking

Interpretive Signs

Dog Mess

Hard Surfaces

*

Quiet Contemplation

Other (please state)

Sun Bathing

Horse Trough

*

Informal Play (state)

Other Informal Uses (state)

Stocksbridge SRB5 Greenspace Audit undertaken by Jim Flanagan for Sheffield Wildlife Trust - see their Community Action Handbook - full of good ideas for your local site

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