Sheffield City Council’s final proposals for the Heart of the City II development are mixed. Despite some welcome developments, HHB are objecting to this planning application because of the unnecessary destruction of yet more of Sheffield’s heritage. We hope our
Six years on and Primesite are back with one of the most tasteless planning applications we have seen. Can they get away with this? There are lots of reasons to think not; the application is weak, valid planning reasons to
The previous Sevenstone and New Retail Quarter schemes involved the obliteration of most of Cambridge Street and Wellington Street. The latest scheme is a vast improvement.
The cruck is a simple and elegant feature of a type of building construction which was at its most popular in medieval times. The A-shaped profile is such a pleasing form, especially for architectural historians, that Hallamshire Historic Buildings chose
The planning application to demolish Bennett Cottage, near the top of Mayfield Rd in Mayfield has yet to be determined (a decision has been now been postponed twice). If this application is approved it will have far reaching consequences. Please
With the Grosvenor House Hotel gone and building underway, Sheffield’s New Retail Quarter is finally happening. The original ‘Sevenstone’ scheme ground to a halt when the developer Hammersons (who had also bought up all the property) lost interest in the