A PIONEERING Bradford Asian restaurant owner has invested around £2 million rebuilding a new venue on the site of the original. The new Clifton Restaurant complex in Manningham has created 30 jobs and its owner hopes iut will inspire other entrepreneurs to invest and create local employment. The original restaurant was opened in 1968 by Abdul Rashid as one of Bradford's first curry houses . The new venue has three floors catering for around 500 diners .
I said it’s unfortunate but the city is riddled with NIMBYs (Not In My Back Yard). I’m glad the writer at least found one resident in the area who agrees with this new facility. The photo shows 50 or more people enjoying it. What a great area for young families to attend, at no cost, in a time where taking a family of four to an event like a movie costs a second mortgage. I understand it’s going to be noisy; a fence is being put up to help with that.
COUNCIL chiefs will look to extend the help on offer to new and expanding businesses in Bradford city centre once the local authority’s current growth zone funding is used up. A report shows that the £35 million growth-zone programme has helped 115 businesses to provide 445 jobs. The growth zone initiative has provided businesses with rate rebates for up to three years, which are still available, along with grants towards improving premises and buying equipment, which are coming to an end.
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