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10m expected from States sales
The sale of two States properties in Guernsey should generate about 10m, a minister has said.

Belvedere House and Nelson Place are being sold as part of a rationalisation of States-owned property in the island.

Treasury and Resources Minister Lyndon Trott says the money generated from the sales will be reinvested in essential buildings such as hospitals or schools.

Vale Mill and Fort Richmond are also part of the portfolio of buildings being sold by the States.



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