Block H will be the cultural heart of the Heart of the City. We are creating a series of connected buildings and spaces, to encourage human interaction, creativity and artistic expression with completion during 2022.

Located between Wellington Street, Carver Street and Cambridge Street, the site features some of the most interesting historic buildings within the development, including Leah’s Yard, Bethel Chapel and Bethel Sunday School.

Proposals include the retention of as much of the street-facing façades along Cambridge Street and Wellington Street – helping to attractively balance the old and new across the development.

There are proposals to pedestrianise a large extent of Carver Street, Wellington Street, Cambridge Street and Backfields, creating an accessible and unique destination for people to gather, meet, work and shop.

The external units on the Wellington Street and Cambridge Street are envisaged as being occupied by separate restaurants. Retail uses may also be considered.

We’re inviting interest from potential occupiers to bring these variety of spaces to life.

Our Buildings

Cambridge Street Collective

Over 20,000 sq ft industrial-style space, perfectly suited to a food hall or similar sociable, communal offer.

An operator for the venue is being sought to promote, manage and sublet all the internal space.

Cambridge Street
Collective Brochure
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Bethel Chapel

15,000 sq ft is being reimagined as a live entertainment venue.

The chapel Interlinks with Cambridge Street Collective.

The chosen operator will be responsible for curating events and social activities.

Bethel Chapel Brochure
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Leah’s Yard

Over 11,000 sq ft of space inside the Grade II* Listed surroundings.

The collection of former industrial workshops, will have structural and roofing works carried out to renew and repurpose the building. Early expressions of interest are also being requested.

While plans for Leah’s Yard are still at an early stage, the Council has a real desire to see the workshops reimagined as creative ‘makers’ hubs, with a distinct Sheffield identity.

Leah’s Yard Brochure
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