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Last Updated: Monday, 12 November 2007, 13:53 GMT
Old buildings lined up for sale
Several historic buildings have been earmarked for sale to raise revenue for Guernsey States.

Treasury & Resources member Deputy Jack Honeybill says the disposal of Vale Mill, Fort Richmond and Nelson Place are all being considered.

The States portfolio is currently worth about 1bn and each property is being looked at to see if it is worthwhile being kept.

La Vauquiedor Farm was sold last year for more than 600,000.



SEE ALSO
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01 Feb 06 |  Guernsey
States consider property sell-off
27 Nov 05 |  Guernsey
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30 Jan 06 |  Guernsey
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16 Feb 04 |  Guernsey
'Money could be wasted'
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