Wolfson Prize winner proposes urban extensions for Sheffield

The winner of last year's Wolfson Prize to develop ideas for building a new generation of garden cities has recommended that Sheffield build 100,000 homes over the next 20 years, with some of the growth taking place in major urban extensions.

by Jamie Carpenter
Sheffield and Rotherham: report says 100,000 homes should be built in the conurbation over the next 20 years (picture by Darren Flinders, Flickr)
Sheffield and Rotherham: report says 100,000 homes should be built in the conurbation over the next 20 years (picture by Darren Flinders, Flickr)

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