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One of the main cities at the centre of the industrial revolution and famously known for its steel production, Sheffield has seen extensive redevelopment over the past decade. Home to the world’s oldest independent football club, Sheffield FC, and two universities, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University, it is a hub of sport and education, whilst maintaining its industrial heritage.

High Court, Sheffield, S1

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Email Address :offices@highcourtbusinesscentre.co.uk

Phone Number :0114 228 6600

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Pinfold Street, Sheffield, S1

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Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S11

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Still an Industrial Hub?

With all of the re-development Sheffield underwent during the 21st Century following the booming industrial revolution, many of the enormous steel works that were once found in the centre are gone, leaving a handful of more specialist, smaller steel businesses on the outskirts of the city centre. Although the city’s famous steel industries have vacated the city centre, a number of new industries are now booming in their place. The Riverside Exchange is a large business district in the city centre and has seen a rise in serviced office space providers moving to the area, with companies such as Irwin Mitchell and the UK Border Agency taking space here.

Things To Do

Sheffield is a shopping haven, with the fantastic Meadowhall Shopping Centre located to the North East of the centre, providing high street names and eateries all under one roof. The city centre underwent millions of pounds of investment, with The Moor shopping area now home to an £18m indoor market. The West Street, or Devonshire Quarter, of the city centre is where you can find a range of more independent stores, such as vintage shop, Cow, and The Little Shop of Chocs, a popular independent chocolatier. The city offers the perfect mixture of bars and eateries, with up-market restaurants such as award winning MishMash at home alongside popular student haunts including The Common Room sports bar. Sheffield has a popular music scene, with many bars staging acoustic nights and the Motorpoint Sheffield Arena hosting big names such as home grown Arctic Monkeys and Pulp.

Getting Around

The city centre is served by Sheffield Train Station, a landmark building opened in 1870 at the heart of the industrial revolution and built to serve the expanding city. The station has undergone major works and now offers a modern transport hub whilst keeping it’s eye-catching Victorian architecture. Nearby Nottingham can be reached in one hour, with journey times to slightly further afield Birmingham coming in at just under 1hr 30mins and to London St Pancras just over 2hr 30mins. Northern cities are conveniently accessible by rail with Manchester only 55 minutes away. The station also has a Sheffield Super Tram stop, connecting the station to the rest of city.

New Developments

St Paul’s Place is one of Sheffield’s most notable new developments, home to the city’s tallest structure, St Paul’s Tower. Sheffield continues to evolve and a number of re-generation projects are popping up all over the city, with emphasis on the housing market.

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Bramall Lane, Sheffield, S2

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Outgang Lane, Sheffield, S25

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Effingham Road, Sheffield, S9

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Nursery Street, Sheffield, S3

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Scotland Street, Sheffield, S3

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Sheffield Road, Sheffield, S60

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