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08-Dec-2017 18:07

A YOUTH and community centre in Brighouse looks set to be sold off as part of Council plans to review around 1,000 sites and 300 buildings it owns in the borough.

It is costing a lot of money to maintain and run, and the cost of refurbishing and modernising it is beyond what we as a Council can do.” The review programme will consider all Council property although some buildings, such as schools, children’s centres and waste and recycling centres have been excluded from the programme.

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