17 Feb 2012 11:02:39
EMSc comments on Sheffield Wednesday Community Centre
Yet another local organisation has unveiled plans to develop a new build development with the aim of benefiting not only local community but also the environment. As part of Sheffield Wednesday Football Clubs ever growing community programme, plans have now been submitted to build a state of the art community facility.
A 5.2 acre site located on Penistone Road, Sheffield will be transformed from a barren industrial area, to a community hub boasting to be the biggest and best in the country. The initial proposal includes an impressive range of facilities with a key focus on providing the community and especially the younger generation with leisure, health, education, social inclusion and sport foundations.
A development like this provides a great opportunity to promote Sheffield and the fine work the city does to not only invest in state of the art new build developments, but also ensure they benefit the community and environment.
The project is already working with local organisations such as Bluebell Woods Children Hospice and Sheffield Police and I feel the project should continue to source locally manufactured goods and services as an attempt to promote the Sheffield heritage of quality and premium standards.
EMSc UK Ltd, manufacturers of the award winning Powerstar voltage optimisation system are proud to hold the Made in Sheffield accolade. At a time when the industry trending towards importing products from China and Japan we are proud to manufacture in the UK and fly the flag for British manufacturing on a global scale.
Despite increasing financial pressure it is good to see the project managers have taken the decision to invest in energy saving technologies and foresee this project as being a flagship for sustainable development.
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