Posted: Thu 12th Jun 2014

Large Town Centre Development Site Expanding Further for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jun 12th, 2014

Two more properties are up for sale by a town centre site that is potentially opening up to be one of the largest areas for development in Wrexham.

The Ebeneser Chapel has been listed for sale for £500,000 and a house next door has also been placed on the market.

This follows the news yesterday that the police station demolition is being formalised for late 2016, and uncertainty over the future of Waterworld and Crown Buildings.

We have written before regarding the future of the Memorial Hall after results of an FOI revealed a discussion mentioning the “replacement of the Memorial Hall”.

The future of Wrexham’s Magistrates Courts has been up in the air for a while, and with the police station demolition plans revealing the cells used by the Courts will be removed, again calling into question its future use.


The details for the chapel state it was built in the 1970’s “…of brick faced external walls beneath a copper roof. It occupies a triangular shaped site on the fringe of the town centre.

“Although adaptation of the existing accommodation may be considered, the site would lend itself to a high quality residential development (subject to planning).”

The two new sites that are for sale are indicated on the below plan:


There has been no official comment regarding an overall plan for the site, which appears to be growing as time progresses.

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