Sheffield office shortlisted for top accolade

Posted on by John Cronin

hathersage officeA new £3.5m Grade II-listed rural office development on the outskirts of Sheffield has been short-listed for the prestigious RIBA EM Awards.

The Hathersage Business Centre (pictured) is shortlisted for an award, which are handed out by the Royal Institute of British Architects to recognise excellence in architecture.

It follows the conversion of a range of semi-derelict listed buildings, which originally formed the coach house, dovecote and stables to Hathersage Hall. The completed scheme has received acclaim for the careful redevelopment of the listed buildings while at the same time achieving a Category B energy performance rating and for the implementation of sustainable building practices such air source heat pumps for under floor heating.

The newly constructed, premium grade offices offer a total of 12,500 sq ft of floor space with individual office suites ranging from 460 sq ft to 2,195 sq ft. Several of the units have been let or are under offer. Rental prices have not been made public.

The winners of the RIBA awards will be announced at a presentation ceremony in Leicester on September 30.

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