RESIDENTS and interested parties are invited to give their views on seven shortlisted designs for a new catering and horticulture training facility in the Kirkleatham Estate.
Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council is set to build the new Kirkleatham Catering Academy and walled garden as a major part of an ongoing restoration programme on the estate, and is welcoming the views of residents on the designs.
The designs for the academy building and walled garden were established through a competition.
Cllr Dale Quigley, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth at Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council said:
“The council has been working with Historic England and The Prince’s Foundation for Building Community and has secured local support for the project.
“We value the views of our residents and we encourage as many people as possible to share their thoughts and opinions with us.”
To see the designs and for the chance to give their opinion, residents and interested parties are invited to a public consultation at Kirkleatham Pavilion on Tuesday, January 26th from 3pm to 7pm.
Following the consultation event, the design boards will remain at The Kirkleatham Pavilion building for viewing from 27th – 29th January between 10am and 4pm, with feedback forms available.