Work on Sheffield building begins

Work to remove an eyesore building in Sheffield began this week as part of the city council's plans to develop an inner relief road. The former Wigfalls office on Brunswick Road will be knocked down after standing derelict since it closed 12 years ago. The demolition is the next stage of an inner relief road development that aims to improve access to the city centre by removing through traffic and create further regeneration opportunities by opening up sites for redevelopment. Construction work on the road is due to finish in 2007.

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