A high quality mixed use development.
The multi-million pound redevelopment of Northallerton’s former prison is to pay homage to its historic past.
The 3.5 acre site is to be called ‘Treadmills’ recognising that not only was the prison home to the world’s largest treadmill, but that at one time the number of wheels at the prison ran into double figures.
Hambleton District Council and the Hull based Wykeland Group have formed the Central Northallerton Development Company Limited (CNDCL), to drive forward the regeneration scheme – which will include shops, managed workspaces, restaurants, a cinema, heritage centre and an area for public events.
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