Tate Harmer wins planning for York arts centre

Tate Harmer's arts centre for York St John University

Design ‘refined’ after public consultation

Tate Harmer has won planning for an arts centre at a university in the centre of York.

The 3,500sq m arts, design and performance centre is for York St John, which has been an independent university since 2006.

The architect won the project a year ago, against shortlisted practices including Feilden Clegg Bradley Studio, BDP, Nicholas Hare Architects and AHR Architects.

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