Chamber President praises ‘unique’ Legacy Park project

16th February 2016 | 0 Comments

That’s the view of the President of the Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Jill Thomas, who gave her backing to the multi-million pound London 2012 legacy project during a site visit.  When fully operational, the 35-acre OLP, which is being developed in Attercliffe, is set to become an internationally recognised centre for health, wellbeing [...]

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Meet The Principal Of Sheffield’s Second UTC

12th February 2016 | 0 Comments

UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park campus will specialise in healthcare and sports sciences, and computing, and is backed by employers.  The £10 million facility for 600 students, aged 14 to 19, on Attercliffe Common, is being built on the Olympic Legacy Park and is due to open this September.   A showcase event will take [...]

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Stone laying ceremony celebrates construction progress on Sheffield’s second UTC

4th February 2016 | 0 Comments

The £10 million UTC Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park campus is due to open this September and will specialise in healthcare and sports sciences, and computing.  Construction of the four-storey facility on the Olympic Legacy Park on Attercliffe Common is progressing well. The foundations and drainage have been completed, and more than half of the steel [...]

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Legacy Park artwork brings new look to Sheffield’s East End

29th January 2016 | 0 Comments

Artwork has been installed around the unique London 2012 legacy project, which is set to become an internationally recognised centre for health, wellbeing and innovation.  It can be seen along the front of the site on Attercliffe Common and showcases the venues and activities that will take place on the OLP when it’s fully operational [...]

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South Yorkshire to lead new ‘technology’ drive to modernise care for patients with long term health

25th January 2016 | 0 Comments

‘Test Beds’ are new collaborations between the NHS and innovators which aim to harness technology to address some of the most complex issues facing patients and the health service.  Successful innovations will then be available for other parts of the country to adopt and adapt to the particular needs of their local populations.  The ‘Perfect [...]

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