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Buyer confirmed for Conygre House

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Published: 03/07/2013


Members of the council’s Resources Sub-Committee made the decision at their meeting on Monday evening (1 July).

The approach agreed by councillors will ensure that the locally listed building is retained in its current form, with further details to be disclosed when contract negotiations are concluded.

Committee Chair Cllr John Goddard said: “This is a very positive outcome that I know will be welcomed by many members of the local community.

“I am particularly pleased that we have been able to support the ambition of local group the Friends of Conygre House to see this historic building retained in its current form, as a valued part of Filton’s built heritage.”

Plans to sell the former council offices were confirmed last year after a feasibility study showed that the house could not be retained as a commercially-viable community facility.


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