Halliday Clark are pleased to announce that the company is relocating its office to Ilkley, West Yorkshire.
Established in 1993 by David Halliday and Adam Clark, the practice has grown into a major Architectural force covering the whole of the UK from its base in Shipley, West Yorkshire.
“ The business has grown steadily over the last 23 years, including through the last two recessions based on its reputation for sensitive modern design and personal service” states Adam Clark. “ Whilst our projects cover the entire country we have always had a strong presence in the Wharfe Valley and in particular in Ilkley, having completed a series of high profile projects in the town, including several individual houses and housing developments, The Crescent Hotel, Ilkley Cinema and the new sports building at the Ilkley Lawn Tennis and Squash club among others.”
The practice will be moving to its new office, designed and developed by the company, at 21 The Grove, Ilkley and aims to be in and up and running prior to the Christmas break.
“We are very excited about the move to Ilkley” says David Halliday. “ There is a very strong property scene in the town and fantastic facilities for our staff and clients and with our investment in traditional Architectural design skills and the latest computer technology, we feel our new base will enable the practice to continue to develop in the future.”