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Sheffield City Council has approved plans for a new £3.5m sports arena at the Don Valley site.
Sheffield City Council has unveiled proposals for a £480m retail development in the city centre, which could create 2,500 jobs.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans for the £50m redevelopment of the Don Valley Stadium site, including a 3,000-seat indoor sports arena.
Sheffield City Council has unveiled plans to start work on the £500m Sheffield Retail Quarter in 2017, with the creation of 2,500 jobs.
Sheffield City Council is planning a multi-million pound investment at the Graves leisure centre, including a new National Centre for Sport & Exercise Medicine.
Sheffield City Council is to help fund an Olympic Legacy Park at Don Valley, including an Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre and a new rugby stadium for Sheffield Eagles.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from New Era Development UK for a £65m project that will promote trade with China and create 400 jobs at a new retail, office and exhibition hall.
Sheffield City Council is planning to develop a new 600,000 sq ft fashion-led retail and leisure quarter in the city centre, with the creation of hundreds of jobs.
Sheffield City Council is planning to build a £7m sports centre and swimming pool in High Green.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from a new company called Mediena to build a £20m biomass-fuelled Community Renewable Energy Centre on the Holbrook Industrial Estate by the end of 2013.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from DLP Planning to set up a 24-hour casino and restaurants at the Holly Building in the city centre.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans for the development of a five-star Crowne Plaza hotel and a three-star Holiday Inn Express on Blonk Street.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans for a £38m development near Victoria Quays, including a five-star 198-room Crowne Plaza hotel and a 161-room Express by Holiday Inn.
Sheffield City Council has approved plans from BT to build a new warehouse and data centre at the former Avesta rolling mill site in Tinsley, which could create up to 200 jobs.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from Hammerson for a £500m shopping development near Pinstone Street, including 100 shops, a John Lewis store, 200 apartments, a health club and leisure facilities.
Sheffield City Council has approved plans for the development of The Mayfield Astronomy & Space centre, and the Sheffield Astronomical Society is now looking to raise £0.5m for the project.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from Ski Village to build an £80m indoor ski resort at Parkwood Springs.
Sheffield City Council has approved plans from Deutsche Bank Real Estates for the multi-million pound refurbishment of The Moor shopping centre.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from Gazeley for the development of a distribution centre on the 48-acre former Tinsley Bar Mill site.
Sheffield City Council has approved plans for the St Paul's Place phase of the £130m Heart of the City project, including shops, restaurants, cafes, apartments and offices.
Sheffield City Council has approved plans from developers Ask and Gleeson for a £25m leisure complex on Leopold Street, including restaurants, bars, hotel and a public square.
Sheffield City Council is considering plans from Robert Turley Associates for the development of a rail freight distribution centre between the M1 motorway and the airport, which could create more than 1,000 jobs by 2009.
Sheffield City Council has announced plans to invest £15m refurbishing the city's leisure facilities over the next five years, including Ponds Forge, Hillsborough, Don Valley and Concord.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from Sheffield International Venues for the £7m refurbishment of the City Hall concert venue.
Sheffield City Council has agreed a deal with Combined Landfill Projects to build a generator to produce electricity from waste methane gas at the city's Beighton tip.
Sheffield City Council is expected to consider plans for a cable car system to link Midland Station with the new V&A museum, as part of a £100m development plan for the city that is due to emerge over the next few months.
Sheffield City Council is to consider plans from Speedome for a £1m expansion at its Sheffield Ski Village with the creation of 35 jobs, in order to create a self-contained leisure park with both summer and winter attractions.