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RCC to review use of main buildings

Rutland County Council is conducting a review into seven of its main buildings and how well they're used.

The cabinet will debate whether to investigate alternative uses for the main council offices at Catmose House as well as the Rutland County Museum and Register Office. and look at whether the main council services are best to be based at the museum or at the newer part of the main offices across the road.

The council also wants to develop long term plans for Oakham Enterprise Park, the King Centre and the Ashwell depot, and they want to make the former youth centre Jules House into a community asset. The cabinet is also expected to make a decision on the future of Catmose Sports Centre. 

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