Stoke-on-Trent City Council is searching for a design team for a £6 million regeneration of Grade II*-listed Hanley Park
The project will restore the 24 hectare Thomas Mawson-designed park which first opened in 1897 and now receives one million visitors annually.
Planned to complete in 2018, the scheme will transform the park’s main pavilion (pictured) into a café with toilets and an events space while also creating a second café and boat hire facility inside a disused boathouse.
A 1960s bowls pavilion will also be restored alongside two canal bridges, a terracotta fountain and the lake’s retaining walls.
The winner of the estimated £360,000 job will ‘deliver design and contract management services at the earliest opportunity in order to commence the timely implementation of the restoration project’ – according to the advertisement.
The deadline for requests to participate is 8 October.
How to apply
View the contract notice for more information
Stoke-on-Trent City Council