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Plans for a renewed Park Hill are unveiled

Urban Splash has revealed details and images of its plans for Sheffield's famous Park Hill estate this morning.

It unveiled the proposals - by Studio Egret West, Hawkins\Brown and landscape architects Grant Associates - at a press conference in the city.

The project is, in large part, a regeneration exercise, as any possible structural changes to the housing scheme are severely limited by the Grade II*-listing.

The three design firms are proposing a thorough overhaul of the estate's public spaces and have unveiled plans to bring in new pubs, restaurants and shops. The scheme will cost an estimated £163 million.

However, these proposals are facing severe resistance from local newspapers and the council's opposition Liberal Democrats, who have combined to campaign to force the buildings to be demolished.

by Ed Dorrell

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