ONE of the District’s former court buildings will be on sale at an auction next month, with a £150,000 guide price.

Keighley County Court, based on North Street in the town centre, shut in 2012 after 180 years of existence.

Despite numerous different plans proposed for the building since then, and it’s prominent location on one of Keighley’s main streets, it remains empty.

On December 9 the court building will go under the hammer at an online auction run by Pugh Property.

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The auction listing describes the building, which still has some of its court fittings, as: “A former Courthouse premises extending to approximately 389 sq m (4,187 sq ft), with private secure car parking.

“The building offers a variety of potential multi uses and may suit redevelopment.”