Woolton Hall - Liverpool - Sept 14

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Mr beady

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Nothing new to show I'm afraid, third time lucky for me at this particular building. Visited at daft twat o'clock after hearing it was open the previous day and not wanting to miss out again off we went. Afterwards me and Wakey lad had irn bru and space raider crisps for breakfast.




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Dirus_Strictus

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Do we know who owns the hall

The chap that originally saved the property, and still(?) lives in the grounds, sold the place to a development company. It was this company, who applied for and gained the planning permits that appeared in the latest Savills UK sales blurb a while back. If you really want to search out the end to this convoluted tale, look into the UK Land Registry records for the status of the sale.
 

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