Shropshire Council may sell buildings to balance budget

Buildings and land could be sold as a council looks at ways of saving £60m over the next three years.

Shropshire Council said it has hundreds of buildings and pieces of land across the county which could possibly be rationalised.

Some of the buildings were inherited from the districts when the council became a unitary authority in 2009.

Chief executive Kim Riley said looking at selling the buildings was something which was under review.

More on this story

Related Internet links

The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites