Named after Sir Titus Salt, the UNESCO world Heritage site of Saltaire Village sits close to the vibrant city of Bradford.
At the heart of Saltaire lies the historic Salts textile mill, designed by Architects Lockwood and Mawson, which has been carefully redeveloped into a mix of residential, industrial and commercial spaces.
The picture-postcard village retains its historical feel with each building holding individual listed status – the highest level of protection being given to the church which is grade one listed.
Served by its own railway station and with an abundance of local conveniences, bars and cafes, Saltaire combines modern transport links and ‘must-have’ amenities with historic beauty and a rich industrial heritage. A popular place for local art lovers, the village houses a collection of work by Bradford-born artist, David Hockley, including paintings, drawings, photomontages and stage sets.