The project includes studio, one- and two-bedroom flats. Credit: John Highfield PR

Parklane proposes Nursery Street BTR

Sheffield architect CODA has designed the project, which could bring more than 100 apartments to the Wicker area of its home city.

Plans have now been submitted to Sheffield City Council for the build-to-rent development, featuring a 102-stronmg mix of studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments.

The proposed scheme features amenities such as a fully-equipped gym, coworking and meeting spaces, a garden terrace, private dining room for hosting dinner parties and a fully-equipped podcasting studio.

Leeds-based Parklane Group has previously developed schemes including Roomzzz aparthotels and IconInc student living.

The company’s previous Sheffield schemes include the transformation of a former bakery in the Castlegate area into 12 one-bedroom apartments.

The Nursery Street development, in the Wicker area, is intended as a continuation of that commitment, aligning with the council’s stated ambition to develop a wider range of city living options in key areas.

“This is a high quality development in what we believe is an increasingly attractive area of Sheffield,” said CODA director Matt Bowker.

“This particular site has been awaiting redevelopment for something like 20 years now and we see this project as very much at the heart of the Wicker Riverside area.

“Following the regeneration of Kelham Island and Neepsend, the Wicker Riverside is the logical next step in the redevelopment of this part of the city centre.

“We feel the success of this application will be a key towards unlocking the next phase of vital regeneration.”

Haaris Ahmed of the Parklane Group added: “Our partnership with CODA Architecture ensures that the development not only meets the highest standards of design and functionality but also harmonises with Sheffield’s cultural and historical landscape.

“By focusing on the Wicker area, PLG aims to contribute significantly to the neighbourhood’s renewal, creating a vibrant community hub that attracts residents and visitors alike.

“The Nursery Street scheme is envisioned as a catalyst for further development, bringing new life and energy to this key part of Sheffield.”

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