We are transforming Sheffield City Centre to realise the vision of Sheffield City Council and Strategic Development Partner Queensberry in this standout cultural focal point for the Heart of the City Masterplan.
The scheme is located in the city centre between busy Wellington Street, Carver Street and Cambridge Street.
Operations will continue through to the first quarter of 2023 across three unique projects:
- Cambridge Street Collective: a 47,000 sq. ft dining experience with mixed use leisure and retail space. Existing historic buildings and facades will be retained and coupled with high-performing new fabric to create modern and attractive spaces.
- Elshaw House: 78,000 sq. ft low-carbon office and retail space providing eight floors of high-quality space surrounded in glass and striking dark metal.
- Public Realm: a highway realignment with complementary paving, lighting and street furniture to one of Sheffield City's distinctive palettes.
Over 60% of the project spend will be driven through local supply chains, boosting the economy and stimulating skills development. The project delivery will also support local economic recovery from the CV-19 pandemic with a service built around localism.
With an outstanding Employment & Skills Plan, the project will maximise our social value reach to support local employment and grass-roots training.
We are excited to see construction work on these key city centre projects gearing up. This is understandably an unsettling time for many of us, so it is particularly rewarding to see cultural and sustainable projects coming to fruition that will improve both our mental and physical well-being and help drive the local economy in the future.
Cllr Mazher Iqbal, Cabinet Member for Business & Investment, Sheffield City Council
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