Sheffield Heart of the City – Pound's Park Consultation

3rd March 2021

Introducing proposals for an iconic new city centre park, located between Rockingham Street & Carver Street.

The next phase of Heart of the City takes the creation of attractive an accessible new public spaces to a whole new level, as exciting new plans for an urban park at the very heart of Sheffield is unveiled.

The three-week pre-planning application consultation is now live and will run from 3 March to 24 March 2021. A planning application for the site is expected to be submitted in the following weeks.

This brochure includes details of the consultation. It has been designed to provide an opportunity for people who live and work in Sheffield, to understand the vision, explore the proposals and provide thoughts before a planning application is submitted.

For more information visit the Heart of the City website. On the website, an online feedback form is available to use to provide feedback on the proposals.


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