Quod have secured full planning permission for the comprehensive redevelopment of the former Sytner BMW site in Sheffield city centre.
Spanning two plots of land on either side of Hollis Croft in a highly prominent location, the build to rent residential scheme ranges between 6 and 23 storeys in height. It incorporates a variety of dwelling types from residential cluster flats though to two bedroom apartments, in addition to a range of amenity space for residents and ground floor commercial space.
Quod have led the team through pre-application dialogue with Sheffield City Council, secured a negative EIA screening response, and are in the process of resolving outstanding matters raised by consultees with the aim of securing a positive recommendation to planning committee in April 2019.
If you would like more information about this or similar projects, please contact Richard Frudd