Keighley North Street arcade renovation work starts

The entrance to the arcade on North Street, Keighley The arcade with its elaborate stonework facade was built in 1898

Work is to start on a renovation of a Grade II-listed Victorian arcade in West Yorkshire.

The canopy and elaborate stonework facade was built in 1898 in North Street, Keighley.

A £725,000 grant, and money from the property owner, is to fund work on the shop fronts, glazed canopy and converting 13 flats above the shops.

The project is part of a Bradford Council and Heritage Lottery Fund scheme to regenerate the town.

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