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Swaffham Green Britain Centre on the market



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A sale board has gone up outside a building which is currently under negotiation between two councils.

The Green Britain Centre [GBC] in Swaffham has been put on the market by Breckland Council.

Having closed in 2018, the eco building has been part of ongoing negotiation between Breckland and Swaffham Town Council with a potential land swap including the latter's Days Field site.

The sale board outside the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham. Picture: SUBMITTED
The sale board outside the Green Britain Centre in Swaffham. Picture: SUBMITTED

Town clerk Richard Bishop said: “The town council are aware that the GBC is back on the market.

“There will be no further comment from the town council until they have made a final decision on the potential asset swap which is still the subject of ongoing negotiations with Breckland Council and completion of their due diligence.”

Mayor Jill Skinner said there will be a public consultation in due course but they are still in negotiations at the moment.

She previously stated the town council was the preferred bidder for the venue, and talks were taking place with professional consultants to survey and report on the condition of the property.

A Breckland Council spokesman commented: “The Green Britain Centre has been part of an ongoing negotiation between Breckland Council and Swaffham Town Council for some time.

"Whilst we continue to engage with the town council, we have decided to release the property back onto the market to explore all opportunities.”



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