Trio of new deals completed at ‘iconic’ West Yorkshire mill
Three new deals have been completed at an ‘iconic’ mill complex in West Yorkshire.
The Art Rooms and Beckett & Beckett Interiors are relocating to Sunny Bank Mills in Farsley, while Adesse Partners Ltd is moving to a boutique unit within the mill.
Owned by Edwin Woodhouse and Co, Sunny Bank Mills has been featured on ITV shows Heartbeat and Emmerdale, and offers a range of spaces for local businesses.
John Gaunt, joint managing director of Edwin Woodhouse and Co, commented: “We are delighted to welcome both The Art Rooms and Beckett & Beckett to Sunny Bank Mills. Both are excellent examples of quality local businesses being attracted to a quality business environment.
“Meanwhile, we were delighted to be able to offer Adesse Search a superb new unit, more suited to their work, above Beckett & Beckett in the refurbished Festoon Rooms. This is a great illustration of how we can respond to our tenants’ needs, demonstrating the versatility of the mill’s buildings.”
William Gaunt, co-managing director of Edwin Woodhouse and Co, added: “This has been a very eventful couple of months for us.
“Apart from these three new exciting deals, we have just completed the £2m regeneration of Weavers’ Yard in the heart of the mill, which has transformed the whole complex, and a microbrewery has opened.
“We are looking forward to 2021 with confidence, despite the many challenges of 2020.”
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