Cheadle Market Hall

Client

Staffordshire District Council

Project cost

£764,000

Location

Cheadle, Staffordshire

Project Description

Conversion of Grade II listed Victorian market hall and square

We were appointed as full service architects on the renovation of the existing market square and Victorian market hall in Cheadle following an architectural competition. The project was to provide listed building consent, planning and building regulations and conservation strategy and repair advice. The design incorporated renovation of the existing market square and Victorian market hall. The project received Lottery Heritage funding.

Key Features

  • We spent time with the client determining a clear client brief and liaising closely with the council and Conservation Officers as this development was of historical importance.  
  • The market traders were extremely anxious about any form of development and in some cases quite onerous requirements.  Therefore intensive liaison and meetings took place to explain the plans and allay any fears.
  • It was important to restore the existing elaborate cast iron, which formed part of the ceiling structure.

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