The first food barn in the North has been granted planning permission
The first food barn in the North has been granted planning permission in
The Batch House will feature a mix of bars, restaurants, start-ups, street food traders
and a demo kitchen, as well as offering creative flexible space on the upper atrium
Common place in many European towns and cities, the concept of a food barn
offering quality artisan food in a casual relaxed environment is only just beginning in
the UK. The Batch house is going to create that atmosphere for Chesterfield and its
Popping up all over London, food halls offer diners a range of exciting food and
drink all under one roof.
The Batch House is an integral part of Blue Deer’s latest project, The Glass Yard. It’s
going to bring people together who want to create something special, whether that
is food, products, or experiences.
Directly opposite Chesterfield’s Proact football stadium, the barn will form an
imposing centrepiece of the whole project with its eye-catching design, and will be
surrounded by 18 state-of-the-art office buildings.
The whole project has already attracted exciting local businesses, as well artisan
food producers from across the country, all sharing the ethos of: “Whatever you
sell, make or create, make it as good as you can”.
Tim Turner, Blue Deer founder, said: “I’ve visited food destination buildings in lots
of European towns and cities and always have the same thought ‘why don’t we do
something like this back home in Derbyshire’. Now we’re going to.
“The Batch House will bring a European culture and experience to Chesterfield and
its neighbours that is currently springing up all over London.
“We know from the interest we have already received just how much support there
is out there for this project, and now planning permission has been granted we are
in the position to make it happen. Is Chesterfield ready for this? We think so!”