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Launch of the 2018 Sheffield Design Awards

The Sheffield Civic Trust and Sheffield Society of Architects warmly invite you to the Launch of the 2018 Sheffield Design Awards to be held Thursday 10th May, 5.30pm at Sheffield Town Hall. Register for your free ticket here The launch will

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Castlegate: Fairytale or Phoenix

Tuesday 20th March, saw the latest of the Sheffield Civic Trust public talks, with this one focusing on the future of the Castlegate area of Sheffield City Centre. Over 70 people attended two illuminating and interesting presentations. The first from, Simon

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Sheffield Central Library: Whither civic pride in Feb 2017?

Mick Nott February 2017 Mick is an active trustee with Sheffield Civic Trust.  He writes in a personal capacity. Hi, it is now just over 2 months since SCC agreed to grant 12 months exclusivity to an investor to conduct

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Sheffield Central Library: Whither civic pride?

Blog post by Mick Nott, an active trustee with Sheffield Civic Trust.  Mick writes here in a personal capacity, but the Sheffield Civic Trust are also looking to gather views and responses on the Sheffield Central Library proposals, so please get

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Sheffield Housing Expo launched at train station

Expo showcases new design ideas to solve the housing crisis  Our new exhibition ‘New Urban Housing Ideas for Sheffield‘ forms part of Design Week 2016 The Sheffield Housing Expo – an exhibition of innovative new housing design – has been launched

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Protecting Sheffield’s Trees – a significant part of our city’s USP

Lee Heykoop, a member of Sheffield Civic Trust’s trustee board, gives her personal take on the treatment of street trees in Sheffield and offers her views on what needs to happen next. The treatment of street trees in Sheffield, which

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Options for ‘long-term urban growth’ of Sheffield published by URBED

David Rudlin, who launched our Year of Housing back in May, was invited by Sheffield City Council to look at how the ‘Garden City’ Wolfson Prize ideas might apply to Sheffield. The options for growth described in the report also featured in

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‘The first of the new?’ Guest post on the new proposals for Sheffield’s Retail Quarter

Guest post by Julian Dobson, first published on Julian’s website Living With Rats The latest consultation on the future of Sheffield’s city centre closed last month. By the turn of the decade, it’s hoped, the city will have a brand

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“How can we see the wood for the Trees?” – one woman’s quest for clarity about Sheffield’s trees.

Post by Lee Heykoop, SCT board member Beautiful , mature trees in the city are the gift of someone’s vision a generation or more ago. Besides the shade that makes a city tolerable when there’s a heatwave, I would be

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Setting the context for Sheffield’s future housing challenges

Guest blog post by Professor Gordon Dabinett, Professor for Regional Studies, Sheffield University, and co-author of the State of Sheffield 2015 report At the recent Sheffield Civic Trust housing event, David Rudlin director of URBED outlined his views on how Garden City

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