Derbyshire Council back to square one on Elvaston Castle

Firms will have the chance to bid for Elvaston Castle again as the saga over its future will drag into a ninth year.

Nearly eight years after Derbyshire County Council thought it had solved its Elvaston Castle woes, the authority has to go back to the drawing board again.

Derbyshire County Council has spent nearly £6 million maintaining Elvaston Castle since Highgate Sanctuary was first selected as its preferred bidder in 2004. The building and gardens now need £6.5 million of repairs.

Read the full story here http://www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/s-drawing-board-report-puts-nail-coffin-golf/story-15515965-detail/story.html

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