Paradise Square is Sheffield’s only Georgian Square, constructed by Thomas and Nicholas Broadbent between c.1736 and c.1790. Previously an important civic space within the City Centre, it was host to numerous assemblies, political meetings and congregations. 4,6,& 8 Paradise Square are all Grade II* listed buildings, part of a terrace of dwellings constructed in the 1770’s.

This conversion scheme involved returning the houses back to residential use, from the most recent use as offices, creating 15no apartments across the 3 buildings.

Original historic features, internal and external, were retained, repaired and showcased, with some sensitive new interventions including conservation rooflights and secondary glazing.