Park Hill Streets in the Sky Revisited

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Event info

A field trip limited to 12 photographers.

One of the great educational aspects of these collaborative events is seeing how fellow photographers approach the same subject on the same day

On February 25th 2015 a group of RPS East Midlands photographers made a field trip to Sheffield's Park Hill Flats and photographed them in whatever way each photographer chose to do. From the images we took in 2015 we produced a book which proved very popular with people all over the world and which the chairman of Urban Splash, Tom Bloxham MBE was very supportive of.

Park Hill is one of the seven hills on which Sheffield is built and the 1000 flats were originally built as a council estate which opened in 1961 based on brutalist architecture. There are five blocks, and each block is linked by a path which gained them the name ‘streets in the sky’.

Following a period of perceived decline, the estate is being renovated by developers Urban Splash into a mostly private mixed-tenure estate made up of homes for market rent, private sale, shared ownership, and student housing while around a quarter of the units in the development will be social housing. The renovation was one of the six short-listed projects for the 2013 RIBA Stirling Prize.

On  February 25th 2020 East Midlands will return to the flats to produce another book, if you would like to join in please book your space, the event is limited to 12 photographers.  





Event Organiser

Stewart Wall MA ARPS


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Park Hill Sheffield

218 Norwich St


S2 5SB