Guernsey

Guernsey ex-abattoir for rent at £25K a year

Guernsey's old slaughterhouse building
Image caption Guernsey States says the building could be put to a variety of uses subject to planning permission

Guernsey's former slaughterhouse has been put up for rent after an arts project fell through.

The States is charging £25,000 a year for the disused facility on the Castle Emplacement.

It says the building could be put to a variety of uses subject to planning permission.

The Arts and Islands Foundation pulled out of plans for a project in partnership with Chinese artist Cai Guo-Qiang earlier this year.

The slaughterhouse was closed in 2013 and has been replaced by a £2m modern version at Longue Hougue.

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