Plough Inn update

A renewed planning application for the Demolition of the Plough Inn and its ancillary buildings on Sandygate Road has been submitted to the Sheffield City council planning department.

The Plough, Sandygate Road

The Plough, Sandygate Road

You can view these changes on the Sheffield City Council website:

View application 19/02130/FUL

Internet access is also available at your local library or at First Point in Howden House.

To comment on this application you can either:-

  • go to the Sheffield council website and  comment online
  • write to Marcus Young, (Planning officer) Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield S12HS,  including your name, address and the reference number, 19/02130/FUL.

Comments must be received by 16 January 2020. There is help on the council website on how to make an effective planning representation including the issues they can consider. If you do comment it will be published online and you will be informed of the decision, but the planning officer is unable to respond in writing before then.

The majority of applications are decided by officers in accordance with planning policies. Larger or more controversial schemes are decided by the Planning and Highways Committee.

View application 19/02130/FUL

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1 Response to Plough Inn update

  1. June Shaw says:

    Thank you. We have responded.

    On Thu, 2 Jan 2020, 09:20 Crosspool News – crosspool.info, wrote:

    > Chairman Crosspool Forum posted: “A renewed planning application for the > Demolition of the Plough Inn and its ancillary buildings on Sandygate Road > has been submitted to the Sheffield City council planning department. You > can view these changes on the web at http://www.sheffield.qov.uklplanni” >

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