Working in partnership with the City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council and Yorkshire Sculpture Park, the proposals for the re-use and re-development of the Bretton Hall Estate involve the creation of a luxury hotel alongside new workspace and office accommodation within a mix of new and also refurbished buildings.
Bretton Hall is a Grade II* listed building and provides the opportunity to create a new hospitality, conference, wedding and event venue, strategically located between Leeds and Sheffield, within the City of Wakefield. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, which attracts around 400,000 visitors per year, forms part of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, along with the Hepworth Wakefield and the Henry Moore Institute, and provides a stunning and inspiring backdrop to this exciting new development.
A new, inspirational Learning Centre has already been created within the Estate. The impressive Kennel Block, built in the 1840s by the architect George Basevi and was originally used as a hayshed store and then later as kennels by Viscount Allendale, has been transformed into the Creative Centre and includes two new workshop spaces and a new Café.
If you would like to know more about this project and the available opportunities, please contact Mark Finch.