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Wakefield Council commissioned Woodhall to prepare Heritage Impact Assessments, for a number of potential site allocations as part of their Draft Local Plan 2036.  The assessments followed the 5 step methodology set out in the Historic England Advice Note 3: The Historic Environment and Site Allocations in Local Plans and the work was carried out in close consultation with both the Council and Historic England.


Client: Wakefield Council

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Planning and Listed Building Consent has recently been granted for the redevelopment of a site between the Bonus Arena and the A63, including two Grade II listed buildings which have been vacant for a number of years.  Castle Buildings will be refurbished and converted for A3/A4/B1 Uses and the Earl de Grey Public House will be demolished and partially reconstructed to the east of Castle Buildings, with a new extension linking the two listed buildings.    A new nine-storey hotel will be constructed to the east of listed buildings, with new public realm.  Woodhall provided historic buildings advice and prepared the Heritage Statement for the scheme. 


Client: Castle Buildings LLP

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