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Report - Wharncliffe Works, Sheffield - March 2011


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Hi there,

Been using the site for a while now, and thought i'd put a report in. Stumbled upon this site looking for the cornish works. There's some history on this site in an earlier reports.

Wharncliffe Works originally produced stoves, grates and fenders. its condition varies from cleanish offices to pigeon poop infested rooms to fire damaged areas. It was listed at grade II in 1988 when it was then occupied by Langsett Industries, Sheet Metal Workers.

Various planning permissions were sought during the 1990’s to restore & convert the buildings, however these passed permissions have now lapsed. The building was first placed on the Listed Buildings at Risk Register in June 1993, the complex was again assessed under the English Heritage Listed Buildings At Risk criteria in 1999, and was deemed to be in Risk Category 4.* This suggested that it was “to be monitored”.

The site itself has declined a bit since the earlier posts. This is my first expolre.​












Thanks for viewing.​


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