New generation of flexible bungalows, apartments and houses with 'granny annexes' needed to meet demand from downsizers Chronic shortage of age-friendly housing options with number of over 85s set to double in next 20 years Ageing population has greater aspirations for their retirement years than previous generations People on the cusp of retirement are keen to downsize but a significant shortage of good quality adaptable and accessible housing is preventing them, according to new research from the University of Sheffield.
The CDI (Creative, Digital and IT) CafÃ© launched last week to creative and digital businesses in Sheffield to address fundamental issues in attracting candidates to the city region.
With increasing numbers of large and small businesses now running functions -in the cloud and through Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers, David Walker, a director of ITI Network Services, was intrigued to attend a 'Digital Transformation' discussion event hosted by Sheffield Chamber on 10 November.
Local charity Sheffield Young Carers is celebrating the news that long-term supporter and MP, Paul Blomfield, has become their new patron.
The first cohort of students to take part in a unique 'earn while they learn' programme run by Sheffield Hallam University and NestlÃ© have graduated.
Former Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Lord Jim O'Neill has confirmed he will be returning as a key note speaker at next year's UK Northern Powerhouse Conference and Exhibition.
A brand new £11 million student complex on the site of the famous former Gatecrasher nightclub has officially opened its doors to tenants.
hlw Keeble Hawson will update recently qualified and experienced surveyors on property law at The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) South Yorkshire property law update seminar on November 24.