Clementhorpe Maltings, York
Clementhorpe Maltings was a Grade II Listed, 19th century malthouse used until the late 1950's. The Maltings stood unused until Northminster converted the building into 6 townhouses. LHL provided Project Management and Quantity Surveying services over the 9 months of construction and refurbishment work.
Entrance to the townhouses is through a three-storey open atrium housing industrial artefacts which include a double-bucket elevator, large hopper for grain storage, seed-dressing machine, a cast iron steep and furnace. The homes have three storeys with a lower-ground floor utility and store area on the former barley-growing floor. Two of the homes are two-bedroom and four have three bedrooms.
The conversion has won many awards since completion including Best Creative Re-use of an Industrial Building 2017 from the Association for Industrial Archaeology (AIA). The project also won in 2 categories at the regional RICS Awards and went on to win the 2017 RICS Design Award for best Residential Property Scheme in the UK in the final.
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