A HOT property looks set to be put up for sale in the Colne Valley.
Fire brigade bosses have recommended that the site of the former Marsden fire station on Manchester Road is sold, after deciding it was surplus to use.
The West Yorkshire Fire Authority will vote on the proposals at a meeting on Friday.
If it goes up for sale this year it is expected to fetch a six-figure sum.
In 2004 the authority decided to look for a new home for Marsden fire station.
Members eventually plumped for a site next door - now named Emergency House- and bought it.
It was occupied in July last year.
The building, which is shared with the Holme Valley Mountain Rescue Team, will be officially opened on August 6 this year.
But now bosses want to dispose of the old site and have not ruled any sort of buyer out.
In a report to the authority, its property manager, Mr R A Davison, said: "Offers received will most likely be conditional upon obtaining planning permission for the proposed future use and development of the site.
"Typical future uses may include residential, leisure or business uses.
"The property has current asset value of about £108,000.
"But its sale should provide a receipt in excess of this, subject to the type of its proposed future usage."