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Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre

Have you ever thought about running your own business? Want to turn a hobby or interest into something more? Do you have an existing business that could benefit from some help and support? 

Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre is a £1.6 million state-of-the-art facility in the heart of Middleton which offers an exciting opportunity for new and existing businesses in the local area. If you're considering working for yourself and would benefit from some additional advice and support then the new Centre could be just what you are looking for.  

The Centre, which is owned by Leeds City Council and run by Health for All, will be officially opened by MP Hillary Benn and Leeds City Council leader Keith Wakefield on 28th October 2011.  

Situated on the former Tenants Hall site, Health for All’s head office, the Centre will include office and meeting/training rooms, hotdesk facilities as well as providing a range of on-site business support services.  

There are three dedicated meeting rooms for hire and a large hall which can be split into two for community events/functions, group activities or conferences. There is also a multi-purpose room complete with kitchenette, toilets and an outdoor area which is also for hire.  

Judith Hickman, Enterprise Operations Manager for Health for All comments: "The new Centre will enable enterprise to play a key role in Middleton and south Leeds. The facilities will provide the perfect space to enable local people to come together and support each other through community groups whilst also accessing external services.  

“The Tenants Hall Enterprise Centre has been developed for the people of Middleton, so we would welcome people’s views on how we can build on the Centre and the provision of services for the community.”  

Development of the Centre is being funded by Central Government and the European Union European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). 

For more information, contact Judith Hickman or Kathryn Scarr on 0113 270 6903, email / or visit

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