Sheffield news Traders finally revealed for city's new shipping container park PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The attraction is due to open later this month

Sheffield news Traders finally revealed for city's new shipping container park PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The attraction is due to open later this month

Sheffield news  Traders finally revealed for city's new shipping container park PremierLeague-News.Com
04 August 2022 - 12:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! All seven independent businesses taking on the new city centre Fargate attraction have been revealed ahead of opening later this month. Sheffield Council teamed up with Steel Yard, a Sheffield based shipping container specialist, to deliver the £446,000 project that is due to be open at the top of Fargate outside the Town Hall later this month following delays. When completed, it will feature food vendors, shops, toilets, living walls, outdoor seating and a big screen in a bid to draw more visitors to the area. READ MORE: Heartbroken mum's tribute to Sarah Oliver killed in crash days before 21st birthday Preparations have been taking place on site behind a barrier which revealed the full list of local independent businesses that will be running the attraction. They are: Jam Art Works (original prints), Yoki (Korean street food), Urban Slice (pizzas), Hide (events), Re-Owned (pre-owned clothing), Get Wurst (German street food) and Cake & Craft (bakes). How the new shipping container attraction could look when it opens later this month (Image: ADD Architects) Delays The project was due to open ahead of the Women’s Euros but it was partly delayed when Yorkshire Water raised concerns about it damaging the sewers. Yorkshire Water – which was not consulted – said the original plans approved by the council could pose risk to one of the biggest sewers in Sheffield and harm the sewer network.

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.3 m to the right. This will not change the layout, quantity or look of the containers and the cost was unaffected, according to the council. Updated plans did not require new planning permission, the local authority said, because approval was granted for the whole area at the top of Fargate. A council spokesperson added: “Nothing has changed about what’s already been approved for the containers. It’s the same development delivered in the same way, but just located slightly to the right of where it was initially planned.” READ NEXT: Archie Battersbee's mum given date and time for his life support to be turned off Woman 'furious' with Barratt Homes as 'smell of raw sewage' seeps into her home under the floorboards Get the latest Yorkshire Live news with our email newsletters M&S praised as it removes summer product from sale in every UK store 'Warm banks' could be opened for people struggling to heat their homes this winter Read More Related Articles Demolition crews move in at site of Barnsley homes devastated by fires Read More Related Articles Sheffield gets new FreeBee bus to take you all over the city centre

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