Plough- Planning Permission Refused

Application No. 19/02130s /FUL -The Plough Inn, 288 Sandygate Rd, Sheffield, S10 5SE

As a result of five councillors voting for and five against and the subsequent chair’s status quo vote, at this afternoons Sheffield City Council’s planning and highways committee meeting (held virtually), planning permission for the demolition of the Plough Inn and redevelopment of the site on Sandygate Road was refused.

Save the Plough and the Sporting Heritage of Sandygate

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6 Responses to Plough- Planning Permission Refused

  1. Chris Batchelor says:

    Hooray!

  2. Ruth Ballantyne says:

    It needs to come down, it’s an eyesore. It will cost too much money to refurbish the building – hence my comment

  3. Crosspudlian says:

    Great news. Well done to the Crosspool community fighting these fat cat developers.

    Lets now get this back up and running. It could easily be as much of a success as the Rising Sun in Fulwood.

  4. Debbie Crosspool says:

    What a shambles. Exactly what is going to happen now, another 12 months of neglect and an eyesore for residents !

  5. Steve says:

    Fantastic news. I worry about the impending new planning laws but there is still hope. Communities need modernised pubs, post offices, grocery stores etc. They don’t need to have to walk over half a mile up or down a steep hill. The Plough is historic and crucial to the area, even if nothing has been achieved with it for many years.

  6. Chris says:

    Excellent news! Thank you cllr Dunn.

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