Builders may be consulted over old fire station

Caistor Town Council might consider consulting building contractors to get an idea of the cost of repairs to the Old Fire Station in Horsemarket.

Town Clerk Helen Pitman told councillors on Thursday (March 12, 2015) that a West Lindsey building inspector had advised there had been some movement to the front of the building and suggested the town council might wish to have a structural survey done.

“It might be more suitable to get two or three builders to come in and give a consensus of cost,” said Cllr John Burns-Salmond. “A survey will just tell us what we already know and we certainly can’t use it until this has been resolved.”

The Citizen reported in January that the town council was thinking of using the building to store a vehicle owned by Caistor In Bloom and other maintenance equipment.

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