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Photo captures regeneration of Farsley’s Sunny Bank Mills

This fantastic photo shows work progressing on a £2 million revamp of Sunny Bank Mills complex in Farsley.

The central part of the estate is being re-modelled to create open spaces and to re-establish the prominence of historic mill buildings.

The levels in the Weavers’ Yard are beginning to take shape. The flat upper area marked with white stakes will be the green space for tenants & visitors to relax & for outdoor events.

The lower area where the diggers are will be the 95 new car park spaces.

Last month mill bosses revealed how a £100,000 investment in the area outside the historic Old Combing building has enabled the popular Mill Kitchen and Grumpy’s to offer a continental-style eating area to their customers.

The work is part of the ongoing regeneration of the historic mill complex as a creative space for businesses. There are now 70 companies and more than 355 employees at Sunny Bank Mills.


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