Heart of the City, Sheffield

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Coordinates: 53°22′48″N 1°28′12″W / 53.3801°N 1.4701°W / 53.3801; -1.4701

Plaque on Pinstone Street, by the Peace Gardens
Looking across the Peace Gardens towards the St Pauls development. Town Hall is on the left, Millennium Square in the distance.

The Heart of the City was a £130 million major re-development in Sheffield, England begun in 2004,[1] and completed in 2016[2][3] and one of the 12 official quarters of Sheffield City Centre. As its name suggests the Heart of the City is located in the heart of the city centre.

Heart of the City was mainly developed by Sheffield One, an Urban Regeneration Company set up in February 2000 to facilitate the redevelopment.[4] The Heart of the City scheme has created many new public spaces, buildings, and skyscrapers. Subsequent review found that it satisfied many of the goals for a successful city laid out in the "Sheffield First" plan.[5]

Structures part of the scheme[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Heart of the City
  2. ^ Sheffield Star 18 April 2016 Block completes the £130m Heart of City
  3. ^ Sheffield City Council News 22 April 2016 Developer hails final Heart Of The City building
  4. ^ "Sheffield's 24-year wait for retail revamp: Can revised £469m plans finally allow city to compete with Leeds and Manchester?". Retrieved 2018-04-08.
  5. ^ Hayllar, Bruce; Griffin, Tony; Edwards, Deborah (2008). City Spaces - Tourist Places: Urban Tourism Precincts. Routledge. p. 334. ISBN 9780750681957.

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