Wakefield waterfront redevelopment: Here are 12 pictures of the Rutland Mills Tileyard North project under contruction and what it will look like when finished

This is how the Wakefield waterfront redevelopment is getting along.

Monday, 8th March 2021, 4:45 pm
Updated Monday, 8th March 2021, 6:10 pm
The is the work under construction

Take a look at these photos of the development so far and artist's impressions of what it is set to look like at the end. More on this story is available here: Decision set to be made on former Wakefield Crown Court revamp while work is underway on Rutland Mills waterfront redevelopment

Rutland Mills is being redeveloped
Work begun last year

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It is part of a broader scheme to generate the area around Kirkgate
The developer has released these pictures of the work done so far
It is hoped the development will nurture new industries and play a vital roll in the regeneration of the city’s waterfront.
The facility will be a sister project to Tileyard London, which is home to over 250 creative organisations, artists and independent businesses, including a world leading music industry training facility.
More than £40m is expected to be invested in the project.
An artist's impression
Once completed it is estimated the first phase will provide more than 250 jobs in the creative, leisure and education sectors, rising to 500-plus once the development is completed.
Bars and restaurants are expected to form part of the project
Musicians are creative businesses are based at the Tileyard development in London.