Integrated advertising agency Über has moved to Citu’s recently renovated Eagle Works building at Kelham Island in Sheffield.

The company vacated its Park Hill office to move in April to move to the The Cutting Room, a 354sqm (3,810 sq.ft) space which is split across the third and fourth floors of the £3.6m Eagle Works building, which was renovated by sustainable property developer Citu in 2018.

Über Agency, which recently completed its second year of creating the sponsorship commercials for Tombola on ‘I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here’, is one of the biggest creative agencies outside of London and was established in 2003 in an old empty mill in Attercliffe.

The company has been located at Park Hill since 2012 but has had its eye on Kelham Island for a long time, wanting to move its staff to the most exciting, contemporary part of town.

Once at the heart of Sheffield’s industrial revolution, Eagle Works is a 19th-century former mill building. Huge arch windows, original timber beams and wrought iron columns have all being salvaged and restored as part of its long heritage.

Greg Clark, managing director of Über Agency said: “We moved to Park Hill over 5 years ago which was bespoke designed for us, and it has been great, but Eagle Works is our spiritual home. It’s a place we can be ourselves and represents exactly who we are.”

Last year Über acquired a rival agency, so the team grew considerably. Greg continues: “The move will allow us to integrate both teams. We’ll also be expanding our digital team, so Eagle Works offers us the perfect space for the next chapter of Über.”

Main photo: Directors Pamela Jayne-Broadberry and Greg Clark.