Former Beccles Police Station is on the market for £750,000
- Credit: Nick Butcher
The Beccles Police Station is on the market for £750,000 after development plans were submitted by Suffolk Constabulary.
The former station on London Road comprises of a front section which dates from the 1930s.
The three-storey building, which is advertised on Realla, includes a glass surround, arched roof and sash windows.
The plans feature an application for a total floor area for eight flats, which could be formed within the existing building.
Last year, Architects Chaplin Farrant Ltd submitted a planning application on behalf of Suffolk Constabulary.
The space has been closed to the public for more than two years.
At the time, Elfrede Brambley-Crawshaw, mayor of Beccles, said she was concerned about the building no longer being used as a community asset.
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She said: 'I would have preferred it to remain a police station or at least a building that can be used by the public.'