The style suggests to me that this is from the 1920s or 30s, but I have no information on the buiding in Sheffield city centre.
Thanks to Philine, we now know that it is Kemsley House, built for the Sheffield Daily Telegraph newspaper and designed by Sheffield architects, Gibbs, Flockton & Teather. Built between 1913 and 1916 - so earlier than I thought. Now known as Telegraph House. The branch of the Santander Bank is due to close shortly, so it will interesting to see who takes it on. Shops at the ground floor level and flats above - going for about £150,000
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