Huddersfield Train Station
A station rich in history
The Grade I Listed station opened in 1847 and was fundamental to the growth of the town, with train travel bringing in visitors from far and wide.
To improve access for passengers, enhance the customer experience and provide better office and welfare facilities for the rail and station staff, we were appointed to manage the refurbishment of the historic station.
Enhancing the passenger experience whilst protecting heritage
The customer experience has been greatly improved with the provision of additional entrances, a new ticket counter and an extended booking hall.
To enhance comfort for passengers whilst waiting for their train, we also provided a new waiting room by carrying out alteration and remodelling works to the existing retail outlets.
During the work, the station successfully continued its day-to-day operations thanks to the careful planning and phasing of the works.
To ensure the work remained sympathetic to the building’s heritage and its historical features were preserved, we worked closely with the Conversation Officer and the Railway Heritage Trust to carefully undertake the works to the main course.
Meet the team behind the project
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The George Hotel
Our sensitive approach to preserving the heritage of one of Huddersfield’s most historically and culturally important buildings; bringing it back to life with essential fabric repairs.
We are acting as Lead Designer, and in an advisory role as Conservation Architect, to provide a programme of external fabric repairs to preserve and protect the historic buildings.
Kings Cross Family Lounge
The space aims to reduce the stress of travelling for parents, providing a mixture of playful features and activities to keep children entertained.