The consultation deadline to comment on proposals for changes to The Plough pub has been extended to Friday 9 September.
After the pub closed in April, Sainsbury’s announced plans to turn it into a convenience store.
The Save the Plough group has been coordinating the campaign to keep the building as a pub and save the sporting heritage of Sandygate. The group has raised several specific concerns over the proposals and is encouraging residents to give their views.
Some residents are also in support of the the idea of a convenience store opening in place of the pub.
If you have views either way then consider making them known to Sainsbury’s, Sheffield Planning Committee by commenting on the website, our local MP and councillors:
- Adam Hanrahan, Liberal Democrats – Sandygate Sainsbury’s survey page
- Anne Murphy, Labour – Crookes and Crosspool branch page
- Craig Gamble Pugh, Labour – Crookes and Crosspool branch page
Last year The Plough was listed as an asset of community value.
2 Replies to “The Plough pub consultation deadline extended to Friday 9 September”
The Community asset was granted June 2015 Due to the lack of support and custom .The Plough pub closed April 2016 the ACV lasted just 8 months.Now we have Building that’s of no use to the community.