Ellesmere Proposals

Plans for the redevelopment of Ellesmere Green
Plans for the redevelopment of Ellesmere Green

The Council are planning to make Spital Hill:

“More attractive to shoppers, to improve the economic vitality of the area and encourage the creation of new business and expansion of existing ones.”

Space has been allocated for a 26- stall market. The plans also show a town garden with colourful flowers and planting, public art, play areas and improved seating.

Safety railings will provide reassurance for parents. The current toilets would be demolished, with Sorby House’s available during the working day.

Although there will be opportunities to comment when further designs are drawn up (probably by May 2007) comments on the plans can be made in the meantime to Chris Birks on 273 5880 or email:

chris.birks@sheffield.gov.uk <chris.birks@sheffield.gov.uk>.

NOTE: This article is a summary of last month's report, Ellesmere Green Plans, which contains more information about these plans and plans for Spital Hill.

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