was such an eyesore when we purchased it. However all the hard work has now paid off and the property does now look really fantastic.
"This has been a great project to work on and we thank the local people for putting up with the building works and Sandwell Council for all their assistance during the project." Wednesbury town lead member Councillor Elaine Costigan said she was pleased to see the site looking respectable again. Adidas Los Angeles Black And Red
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It has now been given a new lease of life after a project was carried out by property developers Gill Properties and Sandwell Council.
They spent months working on the site bringing it up to scratch so that it could be brought back into use.
"This all ties in with the aspirations to improve Wednesbury as a whole, along with projects in the pipeline such as the Opus Blueprint at Junction 9 and the LoneStar Adidas Neo 3 Stripes factory being built nearby, both bringing jobs to the area," he added.
the end of their tether.
"The neighbours have put up with this eyesore property for years and all parties involved are happy with this fantastic transformation of the building," she said.
The borough's cabinet member for jobs and economy, Councillor Ian Jones, said the finished building added to the local neighbourhood and was important to the improving the Wednesbury area.