CG rendering of the l’Anson mill.
Jane Imrie

£12m North Yorkshire agriculture production facility gets go-ahead

Plans for a new multi-million pound production facility in North Yorkshire have been unanimously approved.

Hambleton District Council’s planning committee has approved the plans for a new 23,000 sq ft mill for animal feed manufacturer l’Anson Brothers Ltd.

Situated at Dalton New Bridge - the next phase of the Dalton Industrial Estate in North Yorkshire - the mill will enable the firm to meet growing demand from existing customers as well as secure new orders and expand its export operations.

Construction of the mill is expected to commence in the autumn, with completion scheduled for early 2022.

It is expected that the mill will create new roles for the company, which already has its headquarters in Masham.

I’Anson chairman and managing director, Chris I’Anson, commented: “We are delighted that the planning committee has given its unanimous approval to our proposal and regard it as a vote of confidence in our future and our continuing commitment to North Yorkshire. It is a fitting way to celebrate our 120th anniversary as a business.

He added: “Over the next few weeks our project team will liaise with council planners as we make our preparations to move onto the site and begin the initial works.”

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