Business

In what is increasingly difficult times for Sheffield’s businesses to operate, Sheffield City Council is contacting owners to make sure they are COVID-secure, to help tackle coronavirus (COVID-19) in the local area. Being COVID-secure means that businesses need to put adjustments in place to manage the risk and protect...

A planning application proposing a significant facelift to the Gaumont building, located on the junction between Barker’s Pool and Burgess Street in the city centre, has been submitted today. The improvement works fall within the wider Heart of the City II development scheme – led by the Council and...

Plans to convert a former Sheffield nightclub to create office space or a gym have been given the green light. DLP Planning, on behalf of Kames Capital, submitted a full planning application to Sheffield City Council earlier this year for the change of use of the former Josephine's Nightclub at Fountain Precinct. The nightclub,...

Plans to transform a historic Sheffield building, creating a hub for independent businesses, local makers, festivals and unique cultural events, have been announced by a new, collaborative social enterprise. Leah's Yard is a 19th century building which once housed eighteen 'Little Mesters' industrial workshops. It forms part of Sheffield's Heart...

Hillsborough Park is set for more transformation with an exciting £250,000 all wheeled bike park, to be completed by spring 2021. The project has been developed and funding secured by Sheffield City Council in partnership with Access Sport, Move More and Sheffield Hallam University. The facility, which was recently granted planning permission,...

A planning application for the latest round of Heart of the City II proposals was recently submitted, which if approved would see a landmark Radisson Blu hotel open on Pinstone Street, overlooking the Peace Gardens. Designed to enhance Sheffield’s offer as a business and leisure destination, it is anticipated that...