PLANS for a new industrial park in Huddersfield have been unveiled.
And the hope is that the development of a former sewage works could create dozens of jobs.
Yorkshire Water is behind the plans, which would see up to 14 units built on the site of the disused Bradley sewage treatment works.
The developers – Keyland Developments, a sister company of Yorkshire Water – believe that the units would appeal to small and medium-sized businesses.
The plans have now been lodged with Kirklees Council.
The proposals are for a stretch of land off Station Road, Bradley, bounded by the Huddersfield to Leeds railway line, the Huddersfield Broad Canal and the River Colne.