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“We’ve been Sheffield’s best nightclub and gig venue for more than 30 years and we intend to stay that way.”

However, the sale does raise the possibility that the club may be forced to move come 2023.

Property experts say any new buyer will be well aware the building – a converted leadmill close to Sheffield railway station and Sheffield Hallam University – would make highly desirable apartments.

A spokesman for Lambert Smith Hampton, the London-based auction house hosting the sale, said: “Manchester had the Hacienda. Sheffield has The Leadmill.”

Manchester’s famous Hacienda nightclub has since been turned into city centre homes.

The spokesman said offers from property developers and commercial buyers would be considered when it goes under the hammer at the Millennium Hotel, in London, on Monday. The starting price is £570,000.

I'm sure it would make highly desirable apartments. For me it you went down that road you'd pull it down and rebuild on it.

Still you can only make money out of housing.

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Ah......the Leadmill.......I had plenty of fun there back in the early 90's.....

depriving the youth of this iconic music venue would be a crime

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