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Halliday Clark wins go-ahead for Rhythm & Booze HQ

Bradford-based Halliday Clark has bagged planning permission for Rhythm & Booze’s new headquarters in a former outdoor pursuits centre in South Yorkshire

The country’s largest independent drinks retailer in the country plans to turn the Hazlehead Centre between Holmfirth and Barnsley into a brewery, offices and a shop.

The £3million scheme will also include a 500m² subterranean car store for the client’s historic car collection, as well as ‘an extensive’ wildflower meadow and biodiversity areas to form natural habitats for local wildlife.
 
The roof of the brewery features 16-modular, funnel-shaped ventilation stacks - inspired by ‘traditional brew houses and distilleries’.

 

Previous story (AJ 12.05.10)

Hazlehead Centre redevelopment, Penistone by Halliday Clark Architects

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] Bradford-based Halliday Clark has submitted plans to convert a former outdoor pursuits centre in South Yorkshire into a brewery, offices and a shop

The proposals will see the overhaul of the former Hazlehead Centre - based in a 1901 school - which includes the demolition of 390m² of existing buildings and 1,330m² of new extensions plus 500m² of additional underground storage.

The roof of the brewery features 16-modular, funnel-shaped ventilation stacks - inspired by ‘traditional brew houses and distilleries’.

Project Data

Architects: Halliday Clark Architects
Location: Whams Road, Penistone, Barnsley
Funding: Private
Gross internal area: 2,000m²
Client: R&M Swaine Ltd
Form of contract: Traditional

 

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