Harrison Pitt Architects have worked on over 50 sites for The Caravan Club since the practice began in 1979. We therefore have a great amount of experience within the Touring Sector. The Caravan Club continue to be one of our major clients, and over the years they have also recommended the practice to other Touring Site operators who wish to develop Affiliated sites.
Since 1979 Harrison Pitt Architects have worked on the following sites for The Caravan Club:
Blackpool South, Balbirnie, Meathop Fell, Park Coppice, Chatsworth, The Firs (Belper), Low Park Wood (Kendal), Poolsbrook, Burrs Country Park, Hillhead, River Breamish, Clumber Park, Broadway, Southport, Sheepcote Valley, Sandringham, Hunters Moon (Wareham), Brown Moor, Long Ashes, Tewkesbury Abbey, Lady Margarets (Wrexham),Glasfryn-Fawr Farm, Hurn Lane, Burnham-on-Sea, Lleithyr Meadow, Low Manstey, Cae Mawr, Blackshaw Moor, Hargill House, Ferry Meadows, Berwick, Warwick Race Course, Craigie Park, Modbury, Freshwater East, Invercauld, Exmoor House, New England Bay, Stover, Burford, Morvich, Cherry Hinton, Bunree (Inverness), Beechwood Grange
Details of Harrison Pitt Architects’ projects at the club sites in the past five years include:
Rowntree Park (York): Improvement works began in 2011 and were completed in 2012. The site now has a newly refurbished toilet block, as well as a new vegetable preparation area, baby and toddler room, information room, laundry and bathroom with disabled access. Further improvements were also been made to the pitches themselves.
Southport: Refurbishment and extension of the existing Reception and Toilet Block, and refurbishment of site facilities. The following Phase will comprise a new extension site accommodating 79 new pitches, a new timber frame Toilet Block and site facilities.
Meathop (Cumbria): The existing Toilet Block which was originally designed by Harrison Pitt in 1981 and was in great need of refurbishment to bring it up to newer and modern standards required by the client. The building was completely refurbished. The exterior of the building was renovated in keeping with local vernacular, including recovering of the roof using imitation slate tiles and local stone external walling.
Balbernie (Fife): Refurbishment of all the buildings on site including alteration of existing Toilet block. Upgrade of site facilities, including Service Points and Motor Can Waste Point and some of the pitches. Balbirnie Park is a 76 pitch site.
Park Coppice (Cumbria): Refurbishment of an existing Caravan Site within the Lake District National Park. Refurbishment of existing Wardens Accommodation and Facilities. Refurbishment of existing Reception. Refurbishment and extension of three toilet blocks. Refurbished and new service points. Upgraded site access roads. Park Coppice is a 280 pitch site.
Kendal (Cumbria): Refurbishment of existing Caravan Club site leased from the National Trust and includes areas of Scheduled Ancient Monuments. Refurbishment and alteration of the existing reception, two toilet blocks and wardens facilities. New hardstanding pitches, serviced pitches and service points. Upgraded site access road and bridges. This is a 141 pitch site.