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Unit H, The Dyeworks
This modern and visually appealing 2,786 sq ft unit provides easy drive-in access from a large, well-maintained service yard to...
Constructed in 2022, this contemporary cafe property measures 1,561 sq. ft. in size, offering a unique atmosphere and decorum within. The building maintains an industrial yet modern look, consisting of a portal frame structure and anthracite steel cladding.
Internally, the property offers two dine-in areas for customers, a bar/barista station, a commercial-grade kitchen and washing-up area. Externally there are two terraces for guests to dine outside with the inclusion of a VIP pod, a staff compound area, a separate bin store, and a tarmac car park.
The cafe benefits from a solar PV system and EV charging facilities.
Meltham Mills Industrial Estate is an expansive and highly-regarded complex, located in close proximity to the B6108 Huddersfield Road, just 0.75 miles from the centre of Meltham and approximately 4.5 miles south of Huddersfield. Commuters and visitors will appreciate the easy access to the M62 motorway via Junctions 23 and 24, located just a mere 7 miles away, providing quick and easy connectivity to the surrounding areas. With its vast and well-maintained facilities, Meltham Mills Industrial Estate is an ideal choice for businesses seeking a highly-regarded and accessible location.
Taking ownership in 1988, Meltham Mills is Towndoor’s flagship industrial estate and is located near Holmfirth, West Yorkshire. The site encompasses a variety of unit types including warehousing, industrial and manufacturing, office suites, and workshops, ranging in size from 300 sq.ft. to 35,000 sq.ft. (28 m² to 3,252 m²) which have been developed over the course of the last three decades.
Meltham Mills Industrial Estate is also home to its own on-site contemporary café, Lu’s Place, built in 2022. Whether eating in or taking away, it’s the perfect spot to grab some lunch or for meeting clients and visitors.
The site itself is rich in history and character having been initially the home of production for David Brown Tractors from 1936 to 1972 before being acquired by the Tenneco Group and run by their subsidiary J.I. Case. During David Brown Tractor’s occupation, the site played a key role during World War II when it became the temporary manufacturing site for parts to be used in the British Army.
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