THE TOWN hall in Brent is to be 'disposed of' by the council and will soon go on the market.
The building on Forty Lane will no longer be needed when a new Civic Centre opens in July next year at Engineers Way, opposite Wembley Stadium.
Brent Council says it would like to find a buyer for the building before it packs up and heads for its new home.
The Town Hall sits on a site of approximately five acres which includes the hall itself, the Paul Daisley Hall, ancillary buildings and approximately 110 car parking spaces.
It is a 1930’s property and is Grade II listed, potential buyers may be attracted by the description which includes far reaching views across London, as well as the nearby Wembley Stadium and its arch.
A council spokesman said: "With the help of Colliers International (a real estate advisory organisation), the council have prepared a planning brief in conjunction with a heritage report and these set out the extent of development that the Town Hall could accommodate.
"The property may be suitable for a range of alternative uses, subject to planning, including amongst others, residential, hotel, health care and leisure and retail. The council will seek a purchaser who can maximise the value of the property as well as preserve the heritage and importance of this well-known landmark."
Annabel Haan, director at Colliers International said: “The Town Hall site represents an excellent development opportunity for a variety of uses, subject to planning. We are confident in finding a suitable buyer for this historic and important asset.”