UK Council Approves Latest Plans for £46m Mixed-Use Scheme
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UK Council Approves Latest Plans for £46m Mixed-Use Scheme

26 Apr 2011

Sheffield City Council has approved plans for a new testing facility at Tata Steel as part of the £46m ($75.7m) retail and office development in the UK city. The facility is being developed by Stocksbridge Regeneration, a partnership between Dransfield Properties and Warwickshire-base

Sheffield City Council has approved plans for a new testing facility at Tata Steel as part of the £46m ($75.7m) retail and office development in the UK city.

The facility is being developed by Stocksbridge Regeneration, a partnership between Dransfield Properties and Warwickshire-based Gallagher Developments.

Plans also include new pedestrian walkways linking Manchester Road to the new development, new car parking, and the relocation of one of Tata Steel’s dispatch facilities to the company’s main site.