Changes to Blocks H2 and H3 of the Heart of the City consultation plans in response to latest government advice

24th March 2020

On Thursday 12 March, a public consultation was launched on plans for Blocks H2 and H3 of the Sheffield Heart of the City 2.

As part of the consultation, key stakeholders, local businesses and residents were invited to public drop-in sessions on Wednesday 25 and Thursday 26 March to find out more about the proposals.

Due to a change in government advice around non-essential contact, these public events will no longer be taking place.

Instead, more information about the plans will be added to the Heart of the City II website in the coming days. There is a feedback form on the website, which can be used to share comments and provide feedback on the proposals.

A meaningful consultation should provide the opportunity for genuine dialogue. Therefore, the Heart of the City II project team are committed to providing this opportunity even if we are unable to meet with local residents and businesses face-to-face.

If you have any questions about the proposals, please do contact them using the details below:

Phone: 0800 731 5515


The consultation deadline has also been extended by a week to 14 April 2020.

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