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Kirkleatham Estate Development Project - The Walled Garden, Catering and Horticultural Academies

The Walled Garden, Catering and Horticultural Academies

This £4.3m project is at the forefront of our current activity. It will bring the grade II-listed historic Walled Garden back into use after 30 years; creating a mix of formal and produce gardens, events spaces, food and retail opportunities. It will provide a major attraction in the north-east that supports our visitor economy, employment and provides training opportunities in the catering, hospitality and horticulture sectors. It will create:

Linked to this is the restoration of the Council's former Kirkleatham nurseries, which will provide a training facility, offering access to employment opportunities for young people, with dedicated horticulture training areas and classrooms for a range of training.

Funding for the project has been secured from the Coastal Communities Fund, the Combined Authority and the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Building work on the Walled Garden is due to begin in May 2018, with the facility due to open its doors in Summer 2019.

Plans of the gardens and buildings can be viewed in the attachments below:

 icon RIBA4 impression of main building entrance.pdf (161.98k)
Last modified: 17/04/2018 10:59:38

 icon Coloured Zonal Plan draft RIBA4.pdf (4.58Mb)
Last modified: 17/04/2018 10:59:27

 icon Sketch Impression of Final Garden Designs.pdf (6.87Mb)
Last modified: 17/04/2018 11:04:55

Please use the below links to return to:
The Kirkleatham Estate Development Project summary page
The latest news regarding the Kirkleatham Estate Development Project can be found here.

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