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DONCASTER

DONCASTER

CORN EXCHANGE

The Doncaster Corn Exchange , associated Market Food Hall and Fish Market is the jewel in the crown of the award winning Doncaster Market area. Designed in 1847 by J Butterfield (Architect to the Doncaster Corporation), the original 'U-shaped' food hall was added to/infilled in 1870 by William Watkins two storey Corn Exchange Building. A subsequent single storey addition to the Corn Exchange by William Watkins in 1930 resulted in the Corn Exchange that we are familiar with today. The buildings architectural and historical value was realised in June 1950 when English Heritage (now Historic England) awarded the property a 'Grade II*' listing.  Doncaster Councils are committed to restoring and retaining this architectural gem and as such moneys have been set aside to renovate/re mediate the buildings fabric in order to preserve the asset for current and future generations. Isle Design have been procured to undertake the  Project Management of the first phase of the buildings fabric restoration programme.