Redevelopment plans for Sheffield former
The Grade II-listed Old Town Hall near Castlegate was built in 1808 and has been empty since 1996.
Sheffield City Council planners have said the building can be developed while “preserving it as much as possible”.
It was formerly the city’s courthouse and town hall.
The building was placed on the Victorian Society’s list of most at-risk buildings in the UK in 2007
The application is for serviced apartments, shops, cafes and hotel rooms in the 42,000 sq ft (3,900 sq m) building.
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