Architects behind the £6.5 million revamp of London's Borough Market are turning their attention to Oastler Centre Market in Bradford.
Greig and Stephenson, a London-based architecture firm, have been appointed by Bradford Council to refurbish the city's Oastler Centre Market for £3.8 million. The project aims to modernise the market and link it in with the city's nearby independent quarter, North Parade.
Councillor Susan Hinchcliffe, executive member for education, skills and culture at Bradford Council, said:
"We want to update the market to make it more modern and appealing as well as link it with the revitalised North Parade nearby.
"We're pleased that we've been able to appoint architects with in-depth experience of market projects throughout the UK and abroad.
"It's an opportunity to turn an already good market into a great market."
Greig and Stephenson, which won a design competition to take on the project, has also worked on refurbishment projects at Kirkgate Market in Leeds and Leicester Market.
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