in Sheffield’s history.
Once an agricultural and horticultural tool factory built in the 19th century, Sheaf Bank Business Park is now home to over 60 different businesses. Our tenants vary from guitar makers to archeologists, furniture designers to e-commerce sites, therapists to removals and storage, and even a CrossFit gym.
Sheaf Bank reflects the heritage of Sheffield’s industrial past, while embracing its future by working with our tenants to create a space for them to thrive and grow.
Once an agricultural tool factory and then one of Sheffield’s renowned silverware manufacturing works, our buildings have been renovated and improved over the last 18 years to create modern workspaces while maintaining the character of their history. Our units come in all shapes and sizes to suit most businesses.
Unit sizes ranging from 121 sqft to 3,000 sqft
Flexible tenancy terms are available
On-site parking and plenty of close on-street parking
Shared kitchens and toilets (some units with their own facilities)
Virgin Fibre superfast broadband available
Sheaf Bank is a secure site with 24/7 access for all our tenants
Kind words fromsome of our tenants
We've been at Sheaf Bank for 12 years. It's a very convenient site for access to all major routes and the City Centre. Plenty of parking and helpful Estate Management. Highly recommended!
Sheaf Bank is quirky, inexpensive, secure and spacious. A friendly, well-run place to work with bags of character, conveniently close to the city centre and surrounded by quality pubs.
Wessex Archaeology have been based at Sheaf Bank Business Park for over nine years. The estate is in a great location and its historic origins as a shovel works is very appropriate for our work. There is a range of office types and storage space, which provides good flexibility for when we need additional space. The estate team are always helpful and act promptly if needed and we look forward to the next nine years at Sheaf Bank.
We have been tenants at Sheaf Bank Business Park since 2016. We started the business from a spareroom in our house and decided to take the plunge to our own offices to declutter the house but also have a dedicated office space to work from while also investing more in machinery and staff. Our first space was just 600sq/ft in size which we quickly outgrew. Sheaf Bank were very accommodating and found us a new unit approx 1,300 sq/ft and even helped install stud walls and more electric. It is a great space for us to work and help grow our business. The onsite parking is a massive help. Being located close to the city centre with close links to the motorway is invaluable. Some say being next door to the Sheaf View pub is also a blessing but we wouldn't be able to comment... We produce branded merchandise and clothing in-house so stock is constantly coming and going. The service lift has had its issues recently however the team at Sheaf Bank have been straight on the job and had a professional team into service and fix, it is great for handling small and large deliveries.
Wessex Archaeology have been tenants at Sheaf bank for just over 10 years and following recent expansion we now have units on three floors in the Riverside block, as well as two compounds for storage of vehicles and equipment. The central location suits us very well with lots of staff being able to walk and cycle into work and meetings in Sheffield just a short hop on our office e-bike or even a walk away. There is also good access to lots a lovely food places when we fancy something more interesting for lunch or an office trip to one of the cafe’s. I love the historic industrial feel, yet we are only strides away from the park for those that are seeking a lunchtime stroll or for some of our staff a run! Any facility presents challenges at times and as facilities manager it is essential to have a good relationship with the estate management team. I can honestly say the team here are a pleasure to deal with and it feels like I have an extended team. Many of the contractors the estate use have become trusted allies in helping us extend and improve our offices and facilities. I love the history and unique nature of the buildings and the amazing variety of trades and business’s on the estate, where else can you find archaeologist, welders, joiners, marketeers, care organisations to medieval martial arts and much more all under one roof!! There are lots of fab and interesting people and activities and a sense of community which I love.