Panter Hudspith Architects have developed a Design Code for a Masterplan near the historic centre of Beverley. The 7 hectare site lies above the remains of a Dominican Friary, a Scheduled Ancient Monument, and is within 200m of Beverley’s well known Grade I listed Minster.
A comprehensive analysis of Beverley’s morphology, urban spaces and building types was undertaken, to inform the development of new public squares, street types and architectural language for the Flemingate site. Applying Beverley’s medieval character to a large scale mixed-use development, including a hotel, college, cinema, community buildings, office, retail and residential, was achieved through the sensitive and appropriate use of pitched roofs, broken down street frontages, narrow routes and traditional materials.
The Design Code for Flemingate has received acclaim from both English Heritage and Beverley’s Civic Society.
Budget: £120 million
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