|Town or city||Liverpool|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||F and G Holme|
The Municipal Annex, 68 Dale Street, Liverpool is next to the Municipal Buildings, Liverpool, the administrative headquarters of Liverpool City Council. It was built in 1883 to a design by F & G Holme as the base for the Conservative Club.
It was acquired by the City Council and housed the education department. It was sold in the late 1990s. It is currently under redevelopment by Iliad group to form part of the Layla Hotel. HOwever Iliand sold out their share which was acquired by Hilton Hotels, who intend to open it as a DoubleTree.
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