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Gates open up new possibilities for Parson Cross

From left, project officer Kate Clark, artist Chris Campbell, local resident Sam Squires, Councillor Mary Lea and Sheffield Housing Company director John Clephan

Tuesday 15 May A stunning new entrance to Parson Cross Park has put the seal on a remarkable 10 years of improvements in the area 70 years since the first post-war housing was completed in the area. Parson Cross, which has recently featured in the hit West End/Sheffield production Everybody’s Talking About Jamie and is one of the city’s proudest ...

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CAPITAL&CENTRIC to restore Sheffield’s historic Eye Witness Works

An artist impression of the new Eye Witness Works

Sheffield’s iconic Eye Witness Works are tipped to become the city’s coolest place to live, with CAPITAL&CENTRIC on board to restore the Grade II listed cutlery works in a £20m project. The regeneration and heritage specialists have exchanged contracts to acquire the buildings from Sheffield City Council. They are now working on plans to breathe new life into the former ...

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Win-win for heritage conservation and business continuity

Tim Heatley from Capital & Centric with Mazher Iqbal from Sheffield City Centre

It could have been a quote straight from William Shakespeare that has resulted in a master-stroke solution for Sheffield’s heritage and one of its most loved businesses. Taylor’s Eye Witness Ltd, whose premium brand name kitchen knives trade dates back to 1820, has been seeking to modernise its business. In 1852 the company moved its factory from St. Phillip’s Road ...

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Sheffield cultural giants line-up to back Channel 4 move

Elizabeth McIntyre

Sheffield’s cultural giants are lining up in support of a Channel 4 move to the city. Sheffield Doc/Fest, which yesterday announced some of the highlights of its 2018 programme, and Warp Films have both written letters of support to the council’s City Growth team, which is leading Sheffield’s bid. Elizabeth McIntyre, CEO of Doc/Fest, said: “We are hugely supportive of ...

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Pioneering 3 St Paul’s Place sold for £24m

3 St Paul's Place

  Released on behalf of CTP 12 March 2018 3 St Paul’s Place, the flagship office building in the heart of Sheffield, has been sold for £24 million. It has been bought by London-based investment company M&G Real Estate. Developers U+I and CTP, who built the 78,000 sq ft Grade A speculatively, hailed the sale “as a massive vote of ...

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Heart of the City II : Next phase of transformative city centre announced


Monday 12 March Sheffield City Council has today announced the next phase of work to deliver its transformative city centre regeneration scheme known as Heart of the City II – the new working title for the city centre development scheme formerly known as the Sheffield Retail Quarter. The Council’s bold new plans include proposals for the latest premium retail and ...

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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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Meet the influential new companies choosing to expand in Sheffield

Perkbox Sheffield employees with Wayne Adams seated front

Sheffield has everything we need – why would we locate our business anywhere else? That’s the message from three influential new IT and tech companies that have put down roots in Sheffield, creating 220 jobs with plans to further expand and move to bigger premises across the city in the new year. The power trio includes Perkbox, which has taken ...

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HSBC employees looking forward to Grosvenor House

HSBC's new building Grosvenor House

Employees at HSBC have selected Grosvenor House as the name for the striking new office being built as part of Phase 1 of Sheffield Retail Quarter.  HSBC employees put forward several possible names for the development, and through an internal ballot, got to vote for their favourite. The winning name, Grosvenor House, was the clear favourite and celebrates the heritage ...

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Parson Cross at 70 – regeneration in action

New housing in Parson Cross

70 years on from last wave of council housing in Parson Cross, the area is being transformed again In 1947, just after the Second World War had ended, hundreds of families moved into the newly-built housing in Parson Cross, north Sheffield. Even now, people from that city-wide relocation programme of the 1940s talk of the area’s wonderful sense of community, ...

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Have your say on the future of Gleadless Valley

Gleadless Valley was built in the 1950s and 60s, and was once hailed for its design and quality

6 November 2017 Local people are being asked to have their say on a future plan for Gleadless Valley that has the potential to transform the area. Sheffield City Council is consulting with local residents, schools and businesses from early November, after receiving £515,000 from the Government’s Estate Regeneration Programme to develop a local masterplan. Councillor Ben Curran, Cabinet Member ...

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Nearly 1,000 new houses to be built in Sheffield

Representatives from Keepmoat and Sheffield Housing Company with Cllrs Julie Dore and Olivia Blake

24 October 2017 More than 850 new homes are set to be built across Sheffield – including areas of Manor, Norfolk Park and Parson Cross. Sheffield Housing Company, set up by Sheffield City Council in partnership with Keepmoat and Great Places in 2011 to kick-start housebuilding in the city  has delivered more than 400 new homes  and developed skills and apprenticeship ...

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Meet Perkbox – putting its people first

Perkbox operations director Wayne Adams

  Sheffield Operations Manager Wayne Adams smiles at the memory of when Perkbox co-founder Saurav Chopra paid the Sheffield office on Scotland Street a visit. Saurav, founder of a company recently awarded Scale-Up Business of the year at the National Business Awards, sat himself down next to the company stereo, which was belting out some, as Wayne puts it, “Soulful ...

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All going to plan for Sheffield’s stuck sites

Members of the Council's planning team collected the award from RTPI judge Jennifer Winyard

15 September 2017 A programme that is revamping eyesore buildings ready for regeneration has won a coveted planning award. Sheffield City Council’s stuck sites programme won the RTPI Yorkshire Award for Planning Excellence 2017 in a ceremony held in Hull last night. Judges recognised the way the council’s planning team had used legislation to unlock sites for development including Lion ...

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