Planning permission has been granted for BSRE to develop a new £60m mixed-use student residential development on Hollis Croft in central Sheffield.
The University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University have teamed up to hold a number of exciting events during the annual Festival of Social Science (5-12 November 2016) Public lectures and debates, film screenings and exhibitions will take place in the city Attendees will discover how social science research influences everything including our health and wellbeing, the economy, and the cities which we live in A fascinating line-up of events examining the ideas that shape our everyday lives will be hosted across the city this week (5-12 November 2016) as part of this year's Festival of Social Science.
A campaign aimed at children and written by student engineers will be launched in the Houses of Parliament today (Thursday 3 November 2016) aimed at encouraging more young people to study engineering.
More than 200 industry professionals from the region's construction and property sectors came together on Friday evening (21st October) for the annual Sheffield Charity Construction Ball, raising over £10,000 for local charity, Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
From Monday 31st October customers of the Tesco Chapeltown Express store will be able to vote for community projects in the North Sheffield area.
Commenting on today's interest rate decision and Inflation Report from the Bank of England, Suren Thiru, Head of Economics at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: On the interest rate decision: -Given the stronger than expected GDP figures for Q3, it is not a surprise that the Bank has kept interest rates on hold.
ST Luke's Hospice Corporate Fundraising Co-Ordinator Jack Kidder and Sam Christmas of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry have raised more than £1,000 after completing their first full marathon together.
Construction of a flagship £35m residential and commercial scheme on Ecclesall Road in Sheffield has been given the green light after council approval for a revised scheme.
Guide uses CBT techniques to help children tackle their fears of the dentist Nearly two-thirds (60 per cent) of children felt a lot less worried about dentist visits after using the guide Study could mean less children going to hospital for a general anaesthetic, potentially saving NHS cash The number of children with phobias of the dentist could be reduced as experts create the first self-help guide designed to encourage young children to face their fears.