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Bauman Lyons submits Halifax office refurb for planning

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Leeds-based Bauman Lyons has submitted the refurbishment of Halifax’s grade II-listed Princess Buildings for planning

The scheme will see the three-storey corner building refurbished and remodelled providing office accommodation for Calderdale Council.

The architect’s view

‘The buildings are currently a series of disjointed cellular spaces with difficult access and circulation that don’t offer a good working environment. 

‘The proposal aims to reorganise and rearrange the interior spaces of the buildings, exposing the high quality heritage detailing, to rationalise the circulation by introducing a new atrium to the rear courtyard and to demolish an inappropriate and poor quality 1960s extension to Princess Street and replace it with a building more sympathetic to its setting in one of the finest streets in Yorkshire.’

Bauman Lyons Princess Buildings

Project data

Architect Bauman Lyons
Location: Halifax town centre
Type of project remodelling, extension and refurbishment of Grade II listed buildings
Structural engineer ARUP
Client Calderdale Council
Funding Local Authority
Tender date May 2014
Start on site date: Sept 2014
Contract duration 60 weeks
Gross internal floor area 4225m²
Form of contract and/or procurement
Traditional JCT
Total cost undisclosed
M&E consultant ARUP
Quantity surveyor Gleeds
Planning supervisor Gleeds
Project manager Buro Four
Main contractor TBC

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