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Flockton House

1 Flockton House
Westfield Terrace
S1  4GH

 Flockton House Sheffield Studio Apartments At Flockton House

Yorkshire Housing Group and Brewster Bye Architects are working together to develop the site of Flockton House/Flockton Court, Rockingham Street, Division Street and Westfield Terrace.

The exciting objective is to redevelop the site into a mixed use development comprising of the retention of retail units, remodelling of properties over, additional retail/leisure accommodation and a mix of 201 new build contemporarily designed apartments.

The development seeks to utilise the site in the most efficient manner possible, achieving high densities within quality guidelines established by Yorkshire Housing Group, Local Authority and national standards.

Flockton House is to be a purpose built block of one bedroom and studio apartments which are located close to the fashionable Devonshire Green Quarter, Universities, Hospitals and all the amenities the City Centre has to offer as well as being close to all major transport links.

The scheme comprises of modern kitchens and bathrooms, Economy 7 heating, communal lounge, lifts to all floors, gated secure parking and communal gardens.

Ideal for young professionals, this great location will offer stylish living right in the heart of Sheffield’s buzzing city centre; perfect for those wanting to make the most of the entertainment Sheffield has to offer.

Here are pictures of proposed development to wet your appetite:

About Yorkshire Housing Group

Our Mission:

Yorkshire Housing Group – we make a difference… this means that we will use our housing role to be a force for sustainable, economic and social improvement, tackling poverty and inequality.We are a family of housing organisations that have come together to form the Yorkshire Housing Group providing 14,500 homes for over 35,000 people. Affordable rented homes are our core business although we also have some low cost ownership schemes and provide support to homeowners who are elderly, disabled or vulnerable

 In the Group there is:

Yorkshire Metropolitan Housing

Founded in 1976 with a stock of over 5,000 properties in West and South Yorkshire, has offices in Leeds, Sheffield and Huddersfield.

Ryedale Housing Association

Established in 1991 as a result of a large stock transfer from Ryedale District Council, this association manages over 3,600 homes in the market towns and villages of North Yorkshire from offices in Malton and York.

Craven Housing Association

Formed in 2003 following a large-scale stock transfer from Craven District Council. The Association’s main office is in Skipton from which 1480 homes in and around the area are managed.

Brunel Housing

Brunel and Family Housing Association was established by Bradford Council and the charity, Shelter, to offer quality housing for lower income households. Now, Brunel has over 2,700 homes in Bradford, Kirklees and Calderdale.