The Stank Hall complex is a group of historic properties, centred around a scheduled monument, with high heritage significance and offers the opportunity for an experienced developer to develop some of Leeds most historic assets.
Within the complex is Stank Hall Barn, a Grade II* Listed building of national significance, presenting an exciting and unique opportunity. Built in the late 15th to early 16th century it has an impressive interior exhibiting oak aisle posts and king-post roof trusses. An innovative design, which exploits the large internal space whilst respecting the character of the building, is encouraged. The 17th century cross wing is known as Major Greathead's Chapel and adds historic interest to the agricultural character of the barn.
Alongside Stank Hall Barn are two Grade II Listed buildings known as Stank Hall and New Hall. Stank Hall was originally a 15th century timber-framed building encased in stone with later alterations. New Hall originates from the 17th century and has similarly been subjected to later alterations. The building fabric has been severely affected by fire damage. With an innovative approach potentially the buildings can contribute to useable space which could be viewed as being ancillary to the barn development but collectively could create an interesting and viable group of buildings.
Leeds City Council is inviting expressions of interest by 12 noon Friday 27 April 2018 in the complex from people with the vision to undertake the refurbishment / redevelopment of the properties which will secure the long term preservation of these nationally important buildings. An expressions of interest form must be completed and submitted to the Council by the closing date. The expressions of interest form is available upon request.
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