The site of a former sheepskin factory in Somerset is finally ready for a developer to transform it for new use.
The site is now called the Morlands Enterprise Park
Morlands in Glastonbury has been one of the biggest industrial wastelands in the region.
In the 1960s the tannery employed hundreds of workers during the sheepskin boom but when the industry declined, it was left to rot.
The 40-acre site was bought by the South West of England Regional Development Agency three years ago.
Initial planning permission has been granted for offices on the site, now called the Morlands Enterprise Park.
Hundreds of artefacts - including sheepskin slippers, toggles, drying machines and a wooden bath - have already been found on the site.
All the discoveries have been carefully catalogued to ensure a complete historical account of the former tannery.