LOCAL PUB SET FOR DEMOLITION

“The Plough Inn” on Sandygate Road, Crosspool, is set to be demolished.

The Plough, Crosspool

The Plough, Crosspool

A planning application has been submitted to the Sheffield City Council Planning Dept. for the Demolition of “The Plough” public house and its ancillary buildings; and for the erection of eight dwellings and associated undercroft car parking with the formation of access to the highway.

The deadline for submitting comments for this is, Wednesday 3rd July 2019.

Details of the planning proposal (19/02130/FUL) can be found at- planningapps.sheffield.gov.uk

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6 Responses to LOCAL PUB SET FOR DEMOLITION

  1. Chris says:

    It’s an application, not a decision, so it’s not yet ‘set’. Please, object! The owners have marketed it as a pub at a ludicrous rent, and neglected the building to try to achieve what they planned all along: demolition and redevelopment.

  2. Lunn says:

    Very sad to hear The Plough is going to be demolished, yet another piece of Crosspool history lost in the name of progress, more money to be made putting boxy little houses on the site. Very sad.

  3. Crosspudlian says:

    There are some greedy people in the world. They bought it knowing full-well it was listed as an asset of community value, and have just cynically bought their time before trying to run roughshod over planning laws and the local community. What a big and horrendously ugly block they want to put in its place too!

    I wonder if the Football Association and the National Football Museum can be brought on board to support/promote the campaign?

  4. Dave says:

    Some yellow ribbons tied on the fences would look nice.

  5. Marc says:

    The pub was hardly used so it shut, it’s just economics. People should use the facilities locally or accept they will disappear.

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