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Catterick Garrison plan breaks ground

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May 22 2014

Catterick Garrison plan breaks ground
Work to deliver a £25m mixed use development at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire, has begun with Kier Construction breaking ground at the 150,000sq/ft scheme.

Designed by Holmes Miller on behalf of Lingfield the site of a former sports ground it will deliver new retail units, a cinema, hotel, café, restaurant and bar as part of efforts to create a new town centre.

This seeks to provide a more dense solution than the typical suburban retail park by adopting an urban scale more appropriate to a typical market town.

In their design statement the architects write: “A strong, crisp brick façade is proposed utilising a natural, indigenous material. Brick can be used in a contemporary manner whilst complementing the traditional urban fabric. The small module responds to the human scale helping to create a comfortable civic environment.”
A pedestrianised street will bissect the site, adding some human scale to the retail sheds and car park
A pedestrianised street will bissect the site, adding some human scale to the retail sheds and car park
It is hoped to the scheme will contribute to the night-time economy
It is hoped to the scheme will contribute to the night-time economy

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