Station To Stadium Enterprise Corridor: Consultation Response By Huddersfield Civic Society

Station To Stadium Enterprise Corridor: Consultation Response By Huddersfield Civic Society

General Huddersfield Civic Society generally supports proposals to enhance historic architecture and listed buildings, improve streetscape, urban greening and focus on the canal corridor, pedestrianisation and development of quality walking and cycling corridors to and from adjoining areas. It welcomes current investment, particularly the National Health Innovation Campus and the opportunities now afforded by the…

Huddersfield Civic Society Design Awards are back for 2023

Huddersfield Civic Society Design Awards are back for 2023

Huddersfield Civic Society’s Design Awards are back for the first time in three years. Last held in 2020, the Covid pandemic and resulting slowdown of local development projects resulted in the awards being put on hold. Now we need HCS Members and the public to nominate projects in these categories: Best New Build, Best Shop…

Huddersfield Civic Society’s role in blue plaque to mark Huddersfield Town’s birthplace

Huddersfield Civic Society’s role in blue plaque to mark Huddersfield Town’s birthplace

Sir Patrick Stewart with the blue plaque at the Albert pub with Huddersfield Town chief executive Jake Edwards (right) and Town legend Andy Booth (left). Huddersfield Town teamed up Huddersfield Civic Society, fans and Mirfield-born film star Sir Patrick Stewart to mark an important milestone in the club’s history. They were at The Albert pub…

HCS concerns over combined museum and art gallery plan for Huddersfield’s Cultural Heart

HCS concerns over combined museum and art gallery plan for Huddersfield’s Cultural Heart

Huddersfield Civic Society is worried the ambitious Cultural Heart plans for the town centre are being watered down.

The society voiced concerns after Kirklees Council’s Cabinet decided to change the plan so the museum and art gallery will now be under same roof – the former Grade II Listed main Huddersfield library – rather than in separate buildings to save money