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26 Sep 2023

Image Credit: Alexander Ward

We are aware of developments regarding The Mill, which houses the Jerwood DanceHouse alongside residential flats. We recognise that the uncertainty caused by these circumstances is particularly unsettling for residents. However, we are confident that such an important part of the waterfront will not be left without a solution. Towers A1 and A2 have been empty since The Mill was built in 2009, and we are optimistic that progress is being made after 13 years of this being the case. The Jerwood DanceHouse remains open, and a safe place for people to visit, and we continue to operate as normal, welcoming people to our performances, classes, workshops, and café.