The Duke of York has re-opened a car dealership in Bradford which was burnt to the ground during riots two years ago.
The garage was attacked during the riots in 2001
The BMW garage was previously based in the Manningham area until it was attacked in a night of rioting.
Damage valued at more than £1.5m was caused as the garage was destroyed in July 2001.
The firm JCT600 has re-opened the dealership across the city, four miles away from Manningham, and says it remains committed to the city
Chief executive John Tordoff said: "Since the riots we took the decision to move closer to where our other businesses are based.
"It is also closer to the motorway links and gives us a better business opportunity with the rest of West Yorkshire."
But some traders in Manningham are disappointed that the company has moved away.
Businessman Qummar Zaman said: "BMW around this area was like the jewel, and we miss it a lot."
But it is hoped the site, which has been derelict for two years, will eventually be replaced by a new shopping development.