Supporting Sheffield’s aim
to be a zero-carbon city by 2030, 190 Norfolk St is set to be Sheffield’s first net zero carbon building.

Net zero carbon

Sheffield City Council wants to make a fair contribution to global climate goals, and 190 Norfolk St is a stylish step in the right direction.

Iconic inside and out

This landmark building is designed for the place, and the people that will occupy it. Practical needs such as natural daylight, and thoughtful features such as balcony terraces with great views will help create a destination that’s both beautiful and functional.

Zero-Carbon ready
BREEAM ‘Excellent’
EPC ‘A’ rating
WiredScore minimum
Gold rating

Sustainability matters

Designed with people’s wellbeing in mind, the building brings numerous wins – for the city and its working community, for the environment, the economy, and for sustainability. Other sustainability measures include a BREEAM ‘Excellent’, an EPC ‘A’ rating and WiredScore minimum Gold rating.

A work of art

Art is good for wellbeing. So for an extra aesthetic touch, the artist Simon Hitchens will produce specially commissioned sculptures. Inspired by Sheffield’s unique geology, these will be placed throughout the building.

A community hub

As well as a contemporary office building, this is also a community landmark. Retail space next to a lobby and reception area promise a lively and active ground floor – perfectly aligned with the vision for a more people-focused city centre.