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The Bath Hotel on Victoria Street and The Sheffield Tap within the railway station are now listed as assets of community value, or ACVs, thanks to the Sheffield and District branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).
An asset of community value (ACV) is land or property of importance to a local community, which is subject to additional protection from development under the Localism Act 2011. In the case of pubs this puts restrictions on the sale or demolition.
Sheffield CAMRA has so far put 19 applications to Sheffield Council to list pubs as ACVs, with 6 being successful so far.
As well as the Bath Hotel and The Sheffield Tap, the Castle Inn at Bradway, The Plough in Crosspool, The Cremorne in Highfield, and the Three Tuns in Sheffield city centre also have ACV status.
We have added a basic listing for Head of Steam, located at 103-107 Norfolk Street in Sheffield city centre. The new pub serves real ales and food daily. It was known as the Old Monk before changing hands.
We have removed the Old Monk, formerly of 103-107 Norfolk Street in Sheffield city centre, and will shortly add its replacement, Head of Steam.
We have removed the Cherry Tree Inn, formerly of 2 Carter Knowle Avenue in Banner Cross, as it is currently boarded-up and is believed to be reopening as a Co-Op supermarket.
We have removed the Ball Inn, formerly of 106 High Street in Ecclesfield. The pub is currently boarded-up an is rumoured to become a Tesco supermarket.