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Discovery Academy Sheffield building design by HLM Architects news: accommodates up to 80 children who are diagnosed with autism or social, emotional, and mental health needs, as well as learning difficulties
Refurbishment works at the former Scottish Queen public house are now underway, with new owner Nest appointing award-winning contractors from across Yorkshire to turn the site into a luxury furniture and lighting retail destination
Park Hill Phase 3 Sheffield redevelopment news: work starts on creation of 74 ‘unique’ townhouse style units for students by specialist student accommodation developer Alumno with Urban Splash in Yorkshire.
Sheffield Hallam University, Charles Street project by Bond Bryan Architects shortlisted for Brick Awards in the Education Building Award category. The design reflects detailing of adjacent Grade II listed Butcher Works building.
British Land, joint owner of Meadowhall in Sheffield, reveals details of the proposed Leisure Hall at Meadowhall design by BDP Architects: Yorkshire’s premier shopping destination, as the company begins a public consultation on the proposals.
Design: Twelve Architects. The ground-breaking Diamond building at The University of Sheffield has now been completed, making a major contribution to the University’s ambition to develop and expand its Faculty of Engineering with world-class facilities for students and academics.
The Moor Market, Sheffield, England, design by Leslie Jones Architecture, Architects, drew inspiration from traditional market halls and used innovative modern construction techniques and high quality materials to create this exciting building.
Benefits of taxi services in Sheffield, a city in South Yorkshire and has an old heritage of sports. It is one of the greenest cities in the United Kingdom. The name of the city was derived from the name of the river Sheaf.