A FORMER court building in Keighley town centre will once again go under the hammer at an auction - after failing to sell last year.

Keighley County Court, based on North Street in the town centre, failed to sell after being put up for auction with a £150,000 guide price last month.

The building, which shut in 2012 and has remained empty ever since, has been listed by Pugh Auctions in its January property auction. This time its guide price has been reduced to £120,000.

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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.”

The auction will take place online on January 20.