The Heritage Strategy for Sheffield is a first for the city: its first heritage strategy and the first in the country to be developed by and rooted in the local community.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government is inviting bids from county-wide groups of local authorities for up to £70,000 to develop a Local Heritage List. Buildings, sites and structures of national importance have statutory protection, but those of local importance are vulnerable to demolition at two weeks' notice.
Sheffield Visual Arts Group campaigns to promote and celebrate Sheffield’s outstanding visual arts.
Norfolk Heritage Park is a unique inner city green space consisting of 28 hectares of Grade II* listed historic parkland with fine views over the City of Sheffield.
Developing an improved heritage offer for the Sheffield area
Sheffield has a diverse and wide heritage. Joined Up Heritage seeks to bring together organisations and individuals interested in heritage, in all its variety: to promote better understanding, encourage a strategic approach and develop a better-resourced and better-connected presentation of heritage. We aim to be a collective voice for heritage.
People’s Heritage List
Joined Up Heritage Sheffield is working with other organisations and individuals to create a People’s Heritage List of sites such as buildings, open spaces, landscapes, structures, artefacts which do not have statutory designation but which Sheffielders believe need recognition.