Halliday Clark Ltd, a successful Ilkley based Architects are seeking to hire a graphic designer to work with our team of creative and professional designers. A permanent part time position is being made available to support the growth of the practice. Primary Role Working with Directors, creating and maintaining a suite of marketing Brochures for both print and screen. Assist with the coordination and preparation of Project Bids Managing the company website, content creation and social media updates Creating document templates for Architectural reports, schedules and visualisations as part of a holistic company branding. Assisting Architects with the preparation of… Read more
All Saints Ilkley has been awarded £543,700 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to allow the works to the Church to go ahead. The project will create a light, welcoming building which is fully accessible and can be used by the community for a wide range of purposes through a new link connecting the Church with the Church House. The extension will also include refurbishment work to the Church in the form of refurbished toilets and new heating and lighting.
Not even the minus temperatures and snow have stopped Dobsons from erecting the steels at our new offices at Mayfield Road, Ilkley. The form is starting to take shape which is getting us all excited.
Work is well underway on our new office development in Ilkley. The new office is a 7,000 sq.ft. 2 1/2 storey building which will consist of three separate suites. Halliday Clark will be moving into one of the top floor suites. The scheme has where possible used local companies, suppliers and workforce, emphasising our commitment to the local area. We hope that the high quality of materials being used will provide a refreshing alternative to standard commercial office space. Check out a sample panel of the brick detailing:
Halliday Clark were delighted to welcome Joanna into our office last week as part of the great initiative by Leeds Beckett University to give their students a taste of life in an Architectural Practice. The scheme brings students and practitioners together in a ‘speed dating’ introduction event that leads to a work placement for the students. We showed Joanna the wide range of projects we are working on, including a site visit to a recently completed project. We also got Joanna working on an ecclesiastical scheme in which she had some great ideas.