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Plans: Wine retailer could move into Farsley mill complex

A new wine retailer could be moving into Farsley’s Sunny Bank Mills complex, if plans are approved by Leeds City Council.

The complex is being regenerated by cousins John and William Gaunt, who are undertaking an ambitious programme which has transformed the former textile mill into one of the largest and most successful cultural communities in Yorkshire.

It’s a renaissance which has been the catalyst for the regeneration of Farsley’s bustling village centre, with cafes, restaurants, a bookshop and other independents all benefiting from the work at Sunny Bank Mills.

New plans include the change the use of two units in the Twisting Gallery from ‘offices/industrial/storage’ to ‘retail/food and drink use’ with an ancillary office.

A design and access statement submitted with the application said: “The site has been undergoing a demolition and regeneration project, which includes the demolition of redundant warehouse buildings adjacent to the application units.

“These works have provided an opportunity to realise our aspiration of bringing the public into the heart of the site and provides new opportunities for small independent businesses to set up in spaces that weren’t previously possible.”

The plans can be viewed in full here.

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