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    Blog by Tom Bloxham MBE

    Irreplaceable History: Park Hill earns a place on Historic England’s list

    04 December 2017
    A 2 minute read by Tom Bloxham

    Our Park Hill in Sheffield’s been included in the top 10 buildings in Historic England’s list of the 100 places, buildings and historical sites that tell the remarkable story of England and its impact on the world.

    Our scheme was top of the list’s Homes and Gardens section ahead of beautiful places like Windsor Castle and Bleinheim Palace.

    Park Hill, Sheffield

    Each building on the list was voted for by the public, with the top 10 determined by Historic England’s judge - our friend, architect and Channel 4 presenter George Clarke.

    It’s nice to see Park Hill recognised on lists like these; earlier this year it made no.6 on The Times’ list of the country’s coolest places to live too!

    Park Hill, Sheffield

    Find out more about Park Hill, where we’ll soon be working on our second phase, here.

    About the author

    Tom Bloxham

    Chairman and Co-Founder

    Tom Bloxham MBE is chairman and founder of award-winning regeneration company Urban Splash, which has received over 420 awards to date for architecture, design and business success.

    The company is responsible for development projects across the country, including Manchester, Liverpool, Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, Bristol, Plymouth, North Shields and Morecambe. In 1999 Tom was awarded an MBE for Services to Architecture and Urban Regeneration.

    Tom also upholds a number of other positions including; Chairman of Manchester International Festival, and trustee of Tate, the Manchester United Foundation and The Bloxham Charitable Trust.

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