This file includes the following items: Brief to Counsel representing Sheffield City Council at the Lord Justice Taylor Inquiry as present to the court on the 28th April 1989, 26 April 1989. Committee of Inquiry into Crowd Safety and Control at Sports Grounds Interim and Final Reports (Popplewell Report) 1986. Green Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds, 1986. General Safety Certificate - Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Safety Certificate, 1979. Legislation relating to Safety at Sports Grounds Acts with notes relating to Hillsborough Stadium. Second Draft Statement of David Bownes, Chief Licensing Officer, Administration and Legal Department, Sheffield City Council and Document summary sheets of documents submitted to Lord Justice Taylor Inquiry, with annotations. Investigation notes of Hillsborough Stadium by R.M. Ford [Environmental Health, Sheffield City Council], 15 - 19 April 1989. Newspaper cuttings relating to safety at Sports Grounds Act in relation to Hillsborough Stadium. Correspondence from Sheffield Wednesday Football Club to South Yorkshire County Council and South Yorkshire Police to The Football Association relating to crushing at the 1981 FA Cup Semi Final at Hillsborough. Plans of Hillsborough Stadium West Stand including Terraces and Turnstiles.

Unique ID: SCC000002010001
Contributor reference: X258/2/2/7
Date(s): 26 April 1989
Name(s) of the deceased: Tony Bland.
Person(s) involved: Chief Constable Geoffrey Dear; Dr Wilfred Eastwood; Superintendent Fell; Mr Doug Fraser; Mr Jim Howe; Mr Moelwyn Hughes; Assistant Chief Constable Walter Jackson; Chief Constable Brian Johnson; Mr RC Johnson; Police Constable Lang; Mr Graham Mackrell; Professor Leonard Maunder; Detective Superintendent Graham McKay; Assistant Chief Constable Moore; Superintendent Bernard Murray; Mr Don Page; Deputy Chief Constable David Phillips; Mr Paul Pugh; Dr Frank Ryan; Police Constable Peter Smith; Lord Justice Peter Taylor; Dr Iain West; Inspector Harry White; and Chief Constable Peter Wright.
Organisation(s) involved: Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO); Department of the Environment; Eastwood & Partners; Football Association; Football Supporters Association; Health and Safety Executive; Home Office; Liverpool City Council; Liverpool Football Club; Merseyside Police; Municipal Mutual Insurance; Northern General Hospital; Nottingham Forest Football Club; Officers' Working Party, Sheffield District; Police Federation, South Yorkshire branch; Red Cross; Royal Hallamshire Hospital; Safety of Sports Grounds Advisory Group; Sheffield City Council; Sheffield Wednesday Football Club; South Yorkshire County Council; South Yorkshire County Fire Service; South Yorkshire Coroner, West District; South Yorkshire Police; South Yorkshire Police Authority; St John Ambulance; Taylor Inquiry; The Times; Trent Regional Health Authority; Union of European Football Associations; and West Midlands Police.
Contributor: Sheffield City Council (SCC)
Folder title: Legal Services Department (Relating to the Hillsborough Disaster)
Sub-folder title: Lord Justice Taylor Inquiry (Submissions to the Taylor Inquiry: Sheffield City Council)
Original format: Paper