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Grey To Green blooming into Castlegate

A University of Sheffield visualisation of how the next phase of Grey To Green will look

The award-winning Grey To Green scheme looks set to cultivate new followers – with plans to extend the scheme into neighbouring parts of the city on show from tomorrow. Sheffield City Council has launched a consultation into the second phase of the scheme, which has seen the city’s former inner ring road transformed into a green corridor that is also ...

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Historic times for new city heritage strategy

The council has recently announced a package of improvements to the old town hall on Waingate

A two-day event this weekend will mark a big step forward in the creation of the city’s first heritage strategy. Joined Up Heritage Sheffield (JUHS), a group of community organisations representing a wide range of heritage interests, will launch its vision for the future of Sheffield’s heritage at two events, on Friday 13 October and Saturday 14 October at Sheffield ...

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Castlegate hoardings commission – call for artists

Section of Exchange Street hoardings

27 August 2015 Yorkshire Artspace is delighted to be working with Sheffield City Council to manage this large-scale artwork commission project for the hoardings around the former Castle Markets site in the Castlegate area of Sheffield. – Overall commission budget of £15k – Applications from local artists welcome – Seeking artists with similar previous experience This commission is in a ...

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Regeneration of Castlegate’s ‘Grey to Green’ Riverside Plans

Plans to regenerate Sheffield’s riverside business district and principle hotel area are set to be given the go-ahead by the City Council’s Leader within the next few days. Over the last 15 years Sheffield city centre has experienced a significant transformation, spreading out from the award-winning ‘Heart of the City’ regeneration programme. Following the re-location of the indoor market to ...

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