Courts: Wales

Ministry of Justice written question – answered on 17th November 2020.

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Photo of Gerald Jones Gerald Jones Shadow Minister (Wales)

To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, which parts of the HM Courts and Tribunals Service estate in each constituency of Wales have been sold since 2010; what the date was of each such sale; and how much was paid for each part of the estate sold.

Photo of Chris Philp Chris Philp The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department

The table below provides the details of all court and tribunal buildings in Wales that have been sold since 2010.

Court

Date sold

Proceed

Aberdare Magistrates and County Court

Apr-12

£275,000

Abergavenny Magistrates' Court

Mar-19

£499,809

Abertillery Magistrates Court

Sep-11

£81,000

Ammanford Magistrates Court

Oct-12

£90,000

Barry Magistrates Court

Jun-12

£250,000

Brecon Law Courts

Mar-19

£575,000

Bridgend Law Courts

Mar-17

£375,000

Caerphilly Magistrates' Court

Mar-18

£445,000

Cardigan Magistrates Court

Apr-13

£48,910

Carmarthen Law Courts (The Guildhall)

Dec-16

£223,004

Denbigh Magistrates Court

Dec-13

£165,000

Dolgellau Crown & Magistrates' Court

Nov-17

£67,509

Flint Magistrates Court

Apr-15

£87,500

Holyhead Magistrates' Court

Oct-17

£112,500

Llangefni Civil and Family Court

Mar-18

£72,000

Llangefni Magistrates Court

Sept - 12 Leasehold property - Lease sold

£32,228

Llwynypia Magistrates Court

Dec-11

£471,010

Neath and Port Talbot Civil and Family Court

Oct-17

£250,000

Neath Magistrates’ Court

Jul-14

£450,000

Pontypool County Court

Jun-14

£200,000

Pontypridd Magistrates' Court

Mar-17

£350,000

Pwllheli Magistrates Court

Dec-12

£131,013

Rhyl County Court

Sep-17

£92,150

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