Bradford Council revealed the name of the main contractor appointed as preferred bidder to deliver the multimillion pound development of the city’s modern, spacious new market on Darley Street, with the work being awarded to Kier.
We have some great opportunities for you budding entrepreneurs out there at Keighley Market this year. Whether you have an established small business or you’ve got an idea for a product or service and want to get a feel for buying and selling goods, setting up a stall is a good option in 2020.
Budding entrepreneurs can learn lots about business and what it takes to succeed while keeping start-up costs relatively low.
Join us at Keighley Market for lots of festivities this Christmas! The market will have FREE face paint and colouring in, Santa & his Elves in his grotto, Santa in his Workshop video in the festive stall, tombola and an Xmas decoration making workshop!
We are walking on air this Christmas and airing the festive classic The Snowman in the Market Pop Up Cinema! Join us on Saturday 21st December at 1pm inside the Oastler for FREE hot chocolate and a free showing of The Snowman.
Work is to begin this week on Bradford’s transformational new multi-million pound markets scheme.
Bradford Council’s contractors will move onto the Darley Street site this Monday to begin the strip out of the buildings in readiness for their demolition next year making way for the construction of the new market.
It is full steam ahead for Bradford Council’s regeneration of its markets, as it confirms the purchase of a key building as part of the redefining Darley Street.
The Council has now acquired the old Marks and Spencer unit, whilst the confirmation of the Compulsory Purchase Order demonstrates the support and strong momentum behind the project.
With approval from the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, it is another stage of success for the £21million scheme. Bradford Council will move into the next phase of the transformation, looking to create a bespoke new building on Darley Street that will boast an exciting sustainable market and new public square.
Our initial plans to develop a market in the former Marks & Spencer store have now been expanded to include additional properties that will be demolished to create a major new public space supporting the development of our city centre markets.