Opening at Croft Myl

Take a tour around the Halifax business centre with its own roof top garden and slide

A Halifax-based building, built in the 1900’s, welcomed the mayor and mayoress of Calderdale to open its newly renovated roof-top garden with a special slide.

Business partners, Vicky and Brian Nolan began the £1m refurbishment of Croft Myl in 2015 and have since provided 40 local businesses with vibrant office space.

The Mayor, Coun Marcus Thompson and Mayoress, Nicky Chance-Thompson cut the red ribbon to officially mark the regeneration of what was once an unusable and derelict building.
The Mayor, Coun Marcus Thompson and Mayoress, Nicky Chance-Thompson cut the red ribbon to officially mark the regeneration of what was once an unusable and derelict building.
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The roof-top garden and penthouse suite, which has taken 12-months to build, features glass pods and a unique slide, offering tenants an alternative way to reach the penthouses offices below.
The roof-top garden and penthouse suite, which has taken 12-months to build, features glass pods and a unique slide, offering tenants an alternative way to reach the penthouses offices below.
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Vicky and Brian Nolan designed the award-winning office space with local SMEs in mind; having struggled to find a suitable headquarters for their electrical and fire safety business, Circuit Compliance.
Vicky and Brian Nolan designed the award-winning office space with local SMEs in mind; having struggled to find a suitable headquarters for their electrical and fire safety business, Circuit Compliance.
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The first of its kind, Croft Myl provides no-ties contracts for its residents
The first of its kind, Croft Myl provides no-ties contracts for its residents
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