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Permission has been conditionally granted for a fantastic new student development just outside of the City Centre, off Queens Road. Conveniently located and ideal for all students, especially Sheffield Hallam University students, the location is:

Site Of Royal Works
60 Priestley Street
S2 4DD

A short walk from the City Centre shops and Hallam’s City Campus, not to mention the train station and tram stops will make this location a dream for new students to the city of Sheffield.

The property development is set to be a 5-storey building for use as student accommodation (providing 127 bed spaces), including rooftop terrace, landscaped riverside terraced areas and basement cycle and car parking accommodation.

The company responsible are Gladman Developments. Their student housing focuses on the creation of purpose-built, contemporary living space in university towns throughout the UK.

As always, watch this Artful space to check back for the latest goings on with developments in Sheffield but here’s a little taster about the build quality:

“Today’s students demand modern accommodation which makes it easy both to study and socialise. These needs are met by the careful selection of sites, skilful design and quality interiors.

Internal layout is customised to suit the demands of the student market in each location. Most schemes will include a mix of clusters of en-suite bedrooms (around a common kitchen/diner) and self-contained studios. Common social and laundry facilities will also be provided.

Several sites are now in the pipeline, with our long-term aim to have four to six schemes on site at any one time. The completed developments will provide 100+ bed spaces in locations throughout the UK, developed on a speculative basis or in partnership with universities, investors and established operators.

Our dedicated student development team is backed by both our full in-house technical team and specialist external consultants. This expertise enables us to appraise opportunities quickly, and ensure we have the resources to manage the complexities of urban schemes.”

Frankly, here at Artful we can’t wait!