Planning news – pubs under threat and some new ones!

Potential lost locals…

Kings Head, Poole Road, Attercliffe – planning application to convert into flats

Fara’s, Worksop Road, Attercliffe – planning application to convert into flats

Pike & Heron, Highgate, Attercliffe – planning application to convert into shops

Thorncliffe Arms, Warren Lane, Chapeltown – planning application to demolish pub and build flats on the site.

Sportsman on Denby Street, Sheffield 2 – planning application to convert into office and flats.

Wellington, Main Road, Darnall – planning application to part demolish pub and form building into shops and flats.

Masons Arms, Capel Street, Hillsborough – planning application to demolish the pub.

Arbourthorne Hotel, Erringon Road, Arbourthorne – planning application to demolish pub.

In better news….

Planning application to put a bar in the bottom of the Q-Park on Rockingham Street/Portebello Street in the City Centre.

A small café-bar is planned to open soon on Chesterfield Road in the site of a former restaurant. The new venture is called ‘The Tramshed’.

And in other news…

Alex Barlow, well known for his Beer Tasting masterclasses, is aiming to open his planned Shoreham Street venue that will incorporate Sentinel Brewery in premises that will offer a bar, beer off licence and conference venue. This is still subject to funding and licencing permissions. Those who attended the Sheffield Beer Week closing party back in March had chance to enjoy an early Sentinel beer.

The Devonshire Arms in Dore has applied for planning permission to add a wood-fired pizza oven to their outdoor area.


About Andy Cullen

Andy has been actively involved in CAMRA since the early 2000s after being recruited to sit on a National Younger Members Task Group. Since then he has held roles on the branch committee including Secretary, Membership Secretary, Magazine Editor, Chair and now Social Secretary. Andy has also been involved with the Steel City Beer & Cider Festival almost every year since becoming active in the branch.

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