Municipal Annexe

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Municipal Annexe
Municipal Annexe, Dale Street, Liverpool.JPG
Municipal Annexe
General information
Architectural style Classical
Town or city Liverpool
Country  England
Coordinates 53°24′30″N 2°59′14″W / 53.4083°N 2.9871°W / 53.4083; -2.9871Coordinates: 53°24′30″N 2°59′14″W / 53.4083°N 2.9871°W / 53.4083; -2.9871
Completed 1883
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.[1]

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[2] to form part of the Layla Hotel.[3] HOwever Iliand sold out their share which was acquired by Hilton Hotels, who intend to open it as a DoubleTree.

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