Corsham's cop shop is an arresting proposition
6:00am Friday 23rd May 2014 in News
Thirteen separate bids have been received for Corsham Police Station since it went on the market in January.
The Priory Street station is due to close later this year, with the town’s neighbourhood policing team set to move into the new Springfield Campus.
All of Wiltshire Police’s estates are owned by the Police and Crime Commissioner for Wiltshire and Swindon, who has invited bids for the two-storey building that is on the market for £450,000.
Most of the bids received are to transform the site into residential housing, with two submitted for commercial storage.
PCC Angus MacPherson has announced a public consultation on the sale, before he makes a final decision, and has invited comments from the public.
For more information about the bids received see tinyurl.com/pb9zjqm
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