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One of Yorkshire’s largest Business Parks with over 200 acres (80Ha) in an exclusive country park setting, alongside greenbelt, with access to J33 and J34 M1 motorway junctions in under 6 minutes.

Sheffield City Centre.

Sheffield City Centre. Photograph courtesy Paul Newcombe Photography. Chrome Hill, Derbyshire.

Why Sheffield? Sheffield is superbly located in the centre of the UK with easy and quick access to all road and rail networks. And while the city is a force in the traditional heavy industry for which it is famous throughout the world, the economy has undergone a dramatic change over the past twenty years. It is now a major hub for advanced manufacturing and engineering, logistics, creative and digital, healthcare technology, and energy businesses from around the UK and the world. Sheffield is home to two world class universities. Deeply rooted in our economy and international in outlook, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University lead the way in industrial research-led collaboration. Sheffield City Region also have a wide-ranging set of incentives in place that continue to help attract world class companies to the City. And after work, the city has a diverse social and cultural offering with excellent shopping, leading theatres and a vibrant music scene. House prices are competitive and, just five miles from the City Centre is the Peak District National Park, a special protected landscape of 555 square miles (1437 km 2 ) where the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage are enhanced and preserved. Sheffield is: • The UK’s most centrally located city, at the hub of key road and rail networks • Home to 2.1 million people within a 60 minute commute of the City Region • Home to world-leading companies including Rolls Royce, McLaren, ITM Power, Fulcrum, Primetals, Boeing and HSBC • Britain’s most concentrated and popular higher education destination outside London, with 12 universities less than an hour away providing more than 313,000 students and 92,000 graduates per year. Winter Gardens, Sheffield City Centre. Photograph courtesy of Sheffield City Council.

Sheffield Business Centre