Henry Boot to begin urban development in Sheffield

WCN Editorial Team 15 Mar 2021 EUROPE BUILDINGS

Henry Boot Construction is all set to begin major urban development works worth £42.5m in the city centre of Sheffield.

The Group’s construction business has been selected to develop two locations within the Heart of the City scheme. One is the cultural and social destination called Cambridge Street Collective and a brand new low-carbon office building called Elshaw House.

Henry Boot Construction managing director Simon Carr said: “This is a strategically important urban development project for Henry Boot that will create a significant sustainable landmark in Sheffield city centre. We a look forward to delivering a key part in Sheffield City Council’s regeneration plans of the city.”

Being delivered by Sheffield City Council and Queensberry, their Strategic Development Partner, the two developments will comprise a new low carbon footprint Grade A office space of over seven floors and 70,000 sq ft, alongside a 15,000 sq ft live entertainment venue and a 20,000 sq ft industrial-styled food hall.

Henry Boot Construction is all set to begin major urban development works worth £42.5m in the city centre of Sheffield. Credit: Shane Rounce/Unsplash.

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