St George's Quarter

St George's Quarter

St. George's Quarter is one of the eleven Quarters located in the centre of Sheffield, Yorkshire, devised in the 1994 City Centre Strategy. It is bounded by Upper Hanover Street to the west, West Street to the south, Rockingham Street to the east and Broad Lane to the north. [ [ Sheffield City Council Quarters plan] ]

It is based around and named after St. George's Church, which is now used as a lecture theatre by the University. [cite web|title=St. George's Quarter Vision|url=|publisher=Sheffield City Council] Much of the quarter is given over to buildings and departments of the University, including a library, Health centre, computer room, departments of Engineering and materials science (with History, English and Modern Languages Linguistics to follow in the new Jessop West Department Building, [cite web|title=Jessop Development - Jessop West|url=|publisher=University of Sheffield] with music in the old Jessop Hospital). [cite web|title=Jessop Development - Victorian Wing|url=|publisher=University of Sheffield]

ignificant Buildings

#St. George’s Church Lecture Theatre
#Mappin Building
#Steel City House
#Somme Barracks and Drill Hall
#Jessop Hospital
#23, 25, 27 Trippet Lane

Character Areas

#St. George's Churchyard
#West Street


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