Sheffield City Council and strategic development partner Queensberry are inviting interest from potential occupiers at its Block H site in Heart of the City II.
Jane Imrie

Sheffield hub set to revive city’s culture and leisure sector

Businesses from across the Yorkshire region are being invited to join a new leisure and culture space in Sheffield city centre.

Sheffield City Council and strategic development partner Queensberry are inviting interest from potential occupiers at its Block H site in Heart of the City II.

The council’s leasing team are now actively looking for tenant offers on elements of the city centre site including Cambridge Street Collective (CSC) and Bethel Chapel, as well as welcoming early expressions of interest on the planned refurbishment of Leah’s Yard.

Expected to be completed in 2022, the development will over a range of communal and event venues.

Andrew Davison, project director of Queensberry, explained: “The plans for Block H epitomise our ambition to create places with character and personality that will bring something entirely unique to Sheffield city centre. Cambridge Street Collective in particular, promises to become a destination that both locals and visitors will cherish and enjoy.

“Now that the planning application has been submitted, we are keen to go out to the market – enabling us to be ready to hit the ground running this summer.

“We are confident in attracting leasehold food and beverage and leisure tenants of real originality and quality to help bring our vision to life.”

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