The Bradford Corporation built Conditioning House in 1902 which provided laboratories for checking the weight, length and condition of worsted cloth. In its heyday, around 70% of all UK-made wool was brought to Conditioning House for testing. Prior to re-development the building had not been in use for 30 years and had fallen into a dilapidated state.
Priestley Homes, led by Nathan Priestley, has undertaken an £18 million regeneration scheme creating 153 modern apartments. The u-shaped structure surrounds a once-open court, with a reinstated glass roof creating a full-height atrium. Ironwork link bridges, connecting the two main mills, have been restored while the original factory gates, internal doors and ornate stonework have also been retained