To fully appreciate the pace of change in Sheffield, take to the skies. From a high vantage point, tower cranes needed for intriguing developments are visible on the skyline and sites earmarked for schemes worth many millions of pounds can be surveyed, from apartments and modern offices to new shops.Adam Murray, director of the Coda Planning consultancy in Kelham Island, managed to get a stunning view of the city centre when a drone was sent up a client to take several pictures – the best of which offers a finely-detailed panorama of the middle of Sheffield.In the foreground, on Hoyle Street beside the Shalesmoor roundabout, is a large, disused patch of land that will be used for a Coda venture – a £45m complex of nearly 500 private rented flats in five blocks, one of which will reach 20 storeys, along with public squares, townhouses and commercial units. Next door is The Nichols Building, a former grocer’s warehouse that is to become Nichols & Co, a £6m home for new shops, cafés and bars as well as almost 50 apartments due for completion in December 2019. Further back stands the distinctive, exceptionally rare cementation furnace, a relic of Sheffield’s steel industry…. Read full this story
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