Regeneration News Brief: Sheaf House in Sheffield to be demolished

Sheaf House in Sheffield is set to be demolished to make way for a city square under plans endorsed by Yorkshire Forward last week. The regional development agency regards the building, which it bought in 2001, as an eyesore. Yorkshire Forward hopes that its removal, which is seen as crucial to its Sheffield station scheme, will enhance access to the railway station and its immediate area to fulfil the aims of the city centre masterplan. Demolition is scheduled to begin next spring and the public square is due to be completed in 2006.

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