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Tender opportunity: Craven District Council seeks partner for bar/café unit in Skipton Town Hall

20 February 2017 by
Tender opportunity: Craven District Council seeks partner for bar/café unit in Skipton Town Hall

Craven District Council is seeking a creative and ambitious commercial partner to collaborate on the development and running of a bar/café unit in Skipton Town Hall cultural hub.

Already home to Craven Museum, Exhibition Gallery, Concert Hall and Tourist Information Centre, the hub has ambitious plans to redevelop the Museum & Gallery, increase the performance and event programme for the Concert Hall, and create a complimentary workshop and activity offer; attracting visitors from the district and the wider Yorkshire region as well as the many tourists that arrive in Skipton ‘gateway to the Dales'.

The front right corner unit benefits from the beautiful high ceilings of the Grade II-listed Victorian building and the large tall windows create a light bright space, which occupies a prime position on the high street and also sits on the main thoroughfare to and from the largest and busiest car and coach park in the town.
With 876 square foot in the main unit and a useable cellar of half that size beneath, it is ideal for a bar/café space.

Further information can be found on YORtender www.yortender.co.uk by searching for reference DN239706. All questions and expressions of interest must come through this portal, which is free to register if you are not already signed up.

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