Developer Carillion has unveiled plans for third phase of a major mixed-use scheme in Sheffield.
The company has already been given outline planning consent for The Square, which will offer 13,935m² of new office space.
It has been designed to be as flexible as possible, and can accommodate a single headquarter building of 9,290m², or smaller offices from around 2,787m².
There is also scope for the developer to construct buildings for leisure use or retail accommodation.
Carillion development director Neil McMillan said the aim was to create a building that was as flexible as possible in its use when completed.
He said: “With the first two phases fully operational, the scheme has demonstrated its success as a commercial destination and we are keen to maximise the full potential of this strategically positioned site to deliver further high quality accommodation to aid the long-term regeneration objectives of the city.”
Phase one and two saw the company construct a 3,901m² office building, which is home to Carillion’s National Support Centre, along with an additional 3,994m² office space.
It also build a 114-bed Travelodge Hotel, along with a 400-space car park, both of which are fully operational.