Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has been instructed to sell Skegness Town Hall, a Grade II listed office building, and The Lodge, a separate residential dwelling, by East Lindsey District Council.
The Town Hall was designed by William Henry Ansell and originally built in 1926 as a convalescent home, before being repurposed as the Town Hall in 1964. It benefits from close proximity to the town’s seafront and main tourist areas and would suit a variety of alternative uses.
Andrew France, Associate Director – Agency & Development, at LSH commented:
“Located in one of the UK’s most popular tourist resorts, these are prominent buildings with significant redevelopment opportunity for a variety of alternative uses, and the chance to bring something really exciting to Skegness. I’m delighted to be working with East Lindsey District Council to find a buyer that will secure the future of this historic building.”
Councillor Richard Fry, Portfolio Holder for Finance at East Lindsey District Council, said:
“With the development of a new home for the Council at the Horncastle Hub, Skegness Town Hall is now being offered to the market for sale. The Town Hall is now all but empty and is now surplus to the Council’s operational requirements. Best and final offers are being invited with interested parties needing to submit their proposals and offers to Andrew France no later than noon on 29 April 2022. The Council hopes to see the building put into really productive use with the listing itself protecting its magnificence.”
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