A major city centre location – which includes a Grade 11 listed building – is being sold by Bath & North East Somerset Council in a bid to developers that will regenerate the site comprising the Cattlemarket and Corn Market.
Councillor David Bellotti (Lib-Dem, Lyncombe), Cabinet Member for Community Resources, said, “This is a really exciting opportunity for new development on a site whose potential, located in the heart of Bath, has never been realised. Here is a chance to open-up this part of the city to the River Avon.
We are looking for experienced developers, particularly in relation to the Cornmarket which is a Grade II listed building built in 1855 requiring some restoration works.”
Interested developers are asked to contact the Council’s agents, Cushman & Wakefield, on 020 7935 5000.