Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park will be part of an internationally recognised Innovation District for health and wellbeing research and learning.
Around 3,000 people will work, learn and improve their fitness at the multi-million pound 35 acre site in the Attercliffe area of Sheffield, South Yorkshire, with world-class sports, education, health and leisure facilities.
Those using Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park’s facilities and living in the surrounding areas in Sheffield will also have the chance to take part in research and development projects conducted at the park, contributing towards the health, wellbeing and sports innovations of the future.
This will provide businesses with the unique chance to gather research from a diverse range of groups including Olympic and Paralympic athletes, professional sports men and women, amateur competitors, community sport programmes and schoolchildren.
The Park is a joint venture between the public and private sectors, led by Legacy Park Ltd with partners Sheffield City Council, Sheffield Hallam University and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Local Authority: Sheffield City Council
Development Type: Commercial, Education, Infrastructure
Opportunity Type: Investment and co-location
Status: Outline Planning Consent
Size: 10 acres for development – (within this, 3 plots immediately available with potential for 166,000 sq. ft. of development)
No. of Jobs: 938
Timeframe: Commenced with Oasis Don Valley Academy Sep 15; UTC Sheffield Oct 16; Indoor Arena May 17, AWRC Feb 18, Plot 1 AWRC Offices Apr 19, Plot 2 Attercliffe Common May 20, Plot 3 Community Stadium, May 18
For more information visit: https://olympiclegacypark.co.uk/