Plans to turn an historic, but derelict, Grade II-listed building in Sheffield into an aparthotel have been approved.

The building, formerly the tribunal court, is located opposite Sheffield Cathedral. It dates back to 1825 and was originally built and used as a Bluecoat school for boys. The building has remained vacant for the last four and a half years.

The regeneration project will create 18 modern apartments whilst preserving the main historic aspects of the building.

The aparthotel will be located in East Parade in the heart of Cathedral Quarter in central Sheffield.

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