Tonedale Mill is unique development and former woollen textile mill complex situated on the outskirts of Wellington in Somerset. Established in 1790 by the Fox family, Tonedale Mill was the largest integrated mill in the South West, producing woollen and worsted fabrics. This scheme will see the sensitive transformation of this historic textile factory into a stunning and practical residential and commercial space. The 13 acre site features a range of beautiful Grade 11 and 11* listed buildings comprising 223 one, two, three, four and five bedroom apartments and houses. In addition there will be offices, shops and a cafe, creating a new sustainable community and thriving live/work environment. There is currently no s106 requirement. The Gross Development Value for the scheme is in excess of £40m.
At the heart of this multi-million pound vision for Tonedale Mill is the commitment to sustainable development and sympathetic regeneration. The original stone and red brick buildings will be sympathetically restored and many of the original features including vaulted ceilings, cast iron pillars, huge exposed beams and floor to ceiling windows will be retained.
Tonedale Mill has an excellent sales and letting prospect given the regeneration and development ongoing in the surrounding areas in particular with the Hinkley Point Power Station being approved, which will create thousands of jobs. House builders such as Persimmon homes, Charles Church and Red row have also developed successful schemes in the area.