Work in progress at the former Park Hill pub | Yorkshire Property News

Renovation work is underway at a former pub in the Park Estate in Sheffield.

Nest has appointed contractors from across Yorkshire to transform the former Scottish Queen pub into a luxury furniture and lighting retail destination.

The Scottish Queen is an iconic building at the heart of Phase 1 of the Park Hill redevelopment and once housed one of the four original pubs on site. It spans 3,500 square feet and includes a basement and terraces on both sides.

Nest managing director and founder Christian Hawley is overseeing the project, with contractors including Maquina Architects of Sheffield, a flooring specialist based in Pontefract, Milestone Group and South Yorkshire heating and ventilation company Airmaster Air Conditioning.

The interior concept for the new showroom was created by interior designer Harriet Paterson.

Christian Hawley said: “The Park Hill development is the tallest Grade II listed building in Europe. The Scottish Queen’s industrial interior perfectly encapsulates Sheffield’s history, while the jaw-dropping views of the downtown provide excellent display and photo opportunities for business.

“Making the most of the space and complementing it with the interior design is very important to us, so we have invested a lot of time in honing the group of contractors who will help us with this project. .

“Now that the work is underway, we anticipate it will take approximately two to three months to complete, with an opening in late November. We are very much looking forward to seeing the space transformed and welcoming guests from across the country. in our new design destination.”

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