Plans to install shop kiosks on The Moor in Sheffield as part of its ongoing regeneration have been submitted.
The trading kiosks – the largest of which will be a Caffé Nero coffee outlet – form part of phase two of the shopping street’s revamp, which also includes a flagship Primark and a nine-screen cinema.
They will have a ‘contemporary’ design with glass doors and an ‘oversailing roof.’ The Caffé Nero kiosk will incorporate a piece of stainless steel art by Sheffield artists Coralie Turpin and Owen Waterhouse.
Ranald Phillips, development manager for The Moor, said work on the kiosks would start, hopefully, early next year.
He said: “The other two kiosks could potentially accommodate four retail outlets.
“We recognise and want to accommodate the growing demand from smaller independent food outlets and retailers.”