A CITY centre building that has been empty for a decade will soon become a wedding boutique.

However, the identity of the building in question has yet to be revealed.

A report on city centre regeneration, due to go before Councillors today, details a number of new businesses planned for Bradford.

A new cafe on Ivegate and the Time Trapped escape room on Hustlergate are due to open in April, and a florist will open in the former La Fronda store on Market Street.

The report, going before members of the Regeneration and Environment Scrutiny Committee this evening, adds: "Pipeline schemes also include an Asian bridal wear boutique due to open early 2020 in a unit that has been vacant for over 10 years."

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The Council told the Telegraph & Argus that contracts on the new wedding store had not been signed yet, so they could not reveal the location.

Committee members will be told that Assembly Bradford - a co-working space on North Parade, are in the process of developing Phase Two of their business in a neighbouring property, and that will open in April.

Other businesses that have recently opened include Geek Retreat - a games and entertainment hub with café on Bank Street and Tiffin Coffee Grande – an independent coffee shop on Charles Street - in the former Patisserie Valerie unit.

A number of bars have also opened on Ivegate in the past year.

The committee meets in City Hall at 5.30pm.