Shropshire Council auctions property assets
Assets belonging to Shropshire Council including a quarry, a caravan park and a telephone exchange will be sold at auction on 12 October.
Twenty lots of council-owned property will be auctioned in London by consultants Lambert Smith Hampton.
The council needs to make cuts of £76m to its budget by 2014 and plans to sell off £13m of assets this year.
Shropshire Council inherited many properties when it became a unitary authority in 2009.
Other lots in the sale on 12 October include 34 empty two-bedroomed apartments in Weston Rhyn, a builders yard in Much Wenlock and 10 electricity substations.