SAVE objects to demolition of historic Sheffield Public House 

SAVE objects to demolition of Historic Sheffield Public House 


SAVE has objected to amended plans to demolish The Plough Inn, an unlisted but historic Public House in the Sandygate area of Sheffield, Yorkshire.

Under the amended plans the pub, which closed in 2016, would be demolished and the site cleared to build eight terraced houses.  A public house has stood on this site since 1695 and the current building dates from 1929, opposite the Sandygate Football Ground, the oldest football ground in the world (dating from 1860).  
 
Public consultation on the amended plans is currently open and to view / comment on the plans see here.