Project Overview

Project: New mixed use development centred on a new food retail store
Client: Tesco
Size: 90,000 gross, 63,000 net plus 8,000 sq ft smaller retail units
Status: Completed

The planning consent at Eston included a large format retail store with conjoined retail units, public amenity space, a restaurant and a walk-in care centre. The store was designed taking into account ecology and nature conservation, landscaping and visual impact and the cultural heritage of the area.

The high BREEAM rating was achieved by incorporating many environmental initiatives including large roof lights, natural mixed mode ventilation, sun pipes, clerestory glazing, SIPS timber panelling, high performance curtain walling with carefully designed solar shading.

The development was awarded the Redcar and Cleveland Design Award.

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Disability Action Yorkshire have a long relationship with SSA-Architects which began with the design of our residential home for younger adults with physical disabilities when they impressed us with their commitment to ensuring that the design aided full accessibility and independence.  They have remained firm supporters of and amongst other events run an annual bike ride raising much needed funds to support our work.  They show a genuine interest in our work and in the ongoing needs and aspirations of disabled people.  We consider SSA-Architects to be true and valued friends of the charity.

Jackie Snape, Chief Executive - Disability Action Yorkshire

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