Lancashire Adult Learning College
Education | Heritage | Regeneration
Client: Pearl | Status: Complete | Location: Brierfield, Lancashire | Construction Value: £1.75m
Brierfield Mill sits in a commanding position looking out over Pendle Hill, and was one of the first steam powered cotton spinning mills in the area. It was first constructed in 1838 by Henry Tunstill alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
Liberata Architects provided lead architectural services to sympathetically restore this part of the beautiful Victorian building.
The new Lancashire Adult Learning centre provides a mix of bespoke office and adaptable teaching space for adult learners from across the region. It also serves as the main site and headquarters of Lancashire Adult Learning, an adult education service provision operated by Lancashire County Council.