In one of the final phases of the regeneration of Kimberley Brewery, Fairgrove Developments are proud to announce the appointment of multi-award winning residential specialist Acres Architects to design the conversion of the historic landmark tower.
Acres Architects and Fairgrove will work together to restore the original beauty and character of the grade II listed building, transforming it into luxury apartments. Steve Midgley, Managing Director of Fairgrove commented “Designing new homes within such a locally significant building requires the skills and ideas of specialist architects and designers.”
“Acres Architects are committed to producing the highest quality, industry-leading designs for new build and refurbishment developments within the house building sector specifically focused on bringing this local iconic structure a new lease of life.”
Fairgrove look forward to working alongside Acres Architects in creating new luxury living spaces within the former Brewery Tower which was built in 1861. The preservation of the site’s heritage has remained a priority for us after the brewery served the town of Kimberley for over 170 years and we continue to keep this at the forefront of our minds as we build future new homes in Kimberley.
When asked what interested Acres Architects in this project, Edward Acres, managing director of Acres Architects said “not only was this a fantastic opportunity to work with Fairgrove Developments, a developer who aligns greatly with our companies core values. It also provided an opportunity to look and work on a project that presents a truly unique once in a lifetime opportunity for residential development within the East Midlands.”
The rest of The Brewery Yard has progressed well over the past year and has seen a number of residents move into the completed Maltings Apartments, The Maltby Townhouses and one of the renovated Kiln Stores.
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