ANGLESEY'S former 2 Sisters plant in Llangefni is on the market for more than £2million. 

Despite efforts to try and stop the closure, The 2 Sisters plant on Anglesey closed on March 31. The chicken factory employed more than 700 workers. 

The site is on the market with Legat Owen and is being marketed as Llangefni Point.

A description into the plant, on Legat Owen, says: "Detached former food production facility. 

"118,075 sq ft on 8.37 acres

"Main facility - £2,000,000; Area 1 - 0.72 acres, £125,000 and Area 2, 0.72 acres - £125,000. 


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"Detached former production facility, 8.37 acres site, expansion land, redevelopment opportunity and 2 x 0.72 acre development plots."

Prior to the closure of the 2 Sisters plant, a spokesman for the Llangefni factory said: "Regrettably we can confirm closure of our Llangefni site on March 31.


"Clearly this is upsetting news for all concerned and a very difficult time for colleagues at the factory, who we commend for acting in such a professional and courteous manner during a very unsettling and uncertain period. They are a credit to the community in Anglesey and wider region.

"We promised that our key priority was to create as many opportunities and offer as much support as possible for all of those affected by this closure.

"Thanks to the efforts of our team and the hard work of support agencies on the island, we can confirm almost a third of colleagues have either secured or applied for roles elsewhere. This includes 113 colleagues who have found jobs in Anglesey or the North Wales region, and 54 who have either secured or applied for roles in our wider business across the UK. We expect all these numbers to rise in the coming weeks.

"In total, we have delivered more than 1,500 support workshop sessions to the 400 employees who requested it, ranging from CV and letter writing, interview techniques and digital enablement sessions.

"Whilst we acknowledge this can be no substitution for the closing of the site, we remain committed to doing all we can and are offering additional support for a further month after this week’s closure."

In January, The 2 Sisters Food Group said they would be stopping operations following a review of the company's UK poulty division.