ArkleBoyce Architects has lodged plans for a 2,500m² farmers’ market building next to an existing garden centre on the outskirts of Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Clad in timber, the £3 million scheme at Crimple Hall includes a north-lit food hall and a restaurant.
The Leeds-based practice said it had designed the building ‘to create a new destination’ while ‘sitting comfortably within its picturesque edge-of-town location’. It added: ‘The building has a highly sustainable agenda which has driven the distinctive saw-tooth roof form to allow for natural ventilation and a north-lit food hall to create a visually dramatic space to spend time in.’
Subject to planning, construction is expected to start in spring 2020.
Type of project Retail, sustainable
Client Private, Crimple Hall
Architect ArkleBoyce Architects
Structural engineer Topping Engineers
M&E consultant Nexus Allied
Quantity surveyor Jones Hargreaves
CDM adviser PSC Surveying
Main contractor None yet
Tender date Autumn 2019
Start on site date Spring 2020
Gross internal floor area 2,500m²
Total cost £3 million (shell and core)