Halliday Clark’s latest project to complete is the provision of a new entrance building and refurbishment of an existing property in Harrogate to provide a series of modifications due to the requirement for wheelchair access as well as to showcase the Client’s collection of period furniture and light fittings. Further information about the scheme can be found on the project page.

Bradford One Bid Video

The team behind the Bradford One’s bid to save and restore Bradford Odeon have created a short promotional video to provide an overview of the proposal, featuring interviews from the team members including Halliday Clark’s very own Adam Clark: For further inforation please visit the Bradford One website.

Bradford Odeon Plans on Public Display

Plans to transform the former Bradford Odeon into a leading multi-purpose venue have gone on public display in Bradford City Centre.  The scheme, proposed by Bradford One, are working with Halliday Clark to create a multi-purpose cultural venue and a home for creative entrepreneurs.  The plans include: A modern, well-equipped auditorium for touring live acts and events Managed workspace Learning facilities Co-working spaces to encourage collaboration and innovation Restaurants Café-bars Independent retail outlets To find out more about the scheme or show your support for the proposals, please head over to

Scheme Nominated as LABC Awards Finalist

Halliday Clark are pleased to announce that 35 Ben Rhydding Road, Ilkley has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Single Dwelling award of the West Yorkshire LABC Building Excellence Awards. The award ceremony takes place on the evening of 10 June 2014. The scheme was completed in October 2013 and was awarded an Ilkley Civic Society Design Award for contemporary design.  

Halliday Clark Secures Planning Approval for Energy From Waste Scheme

Last week at the Bradford MDC Planning and Appeals Regulatory Committee, Halliday Clark secured one of the largest planning permissions ever to be granted in Bradford for a new Energy from Waste facility for the Halton Group of Companies. The scheme has a capital value of in excess of £110m. The facility contains an RDF Power Station, Pyrolysis Plant (tyre crumb) and a Biofuel from Waste Plastics Plant as well as Offices and a Visitor Centre. The main RDF power station is 50m x 50m and 30m tall with a 60m tall chimney. The facility is expected to be commissioned… Read more