The 7 Bristol council-owned sites set to be sold off - including historic swimming baths and public toilets

The council no longer requires the sites across Bristol

Bristol City Council has earmarked seven sites across the city it wants to sell on the open market. The list includes the Grade II-listed Jacob’s Wells baths and former public toilets in Shirehampton.

The sales, the council estimates, could raise the public authority £850,000 and contribute to the targeted savings required by the end of 2023/24.

The sites were chosen following a review of the council’s operational estate which looked at the assets that are no longer required. The proposal is to go before next Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting where councillors will make a decision.

Here are the 7 sites: