The council is in line for a potential £620,000 windfall.
Eight lots of Kirklees Council land and buildings are up for auction.
It’s the third such auction this year as the council looks to slim down its assets and sell unused land and buildings off to net a cash boost.
In September the council received £826,000 from sales at an auction, adding to the £1m they got from sales in May.
Among the eight lots for auction in December is land at Commercial Street in Slaithwaite, which has planning permission for eight houses. It’s listed for sale with a guide price of £80,000 to £100,000.
Former council offices in Heckmondwike are also up for auction. It includes a building that was also once a shop and the town’s public toilets, which are now closed. It’s up for grabs for £75,000 to £100,000.
There is potential for it to become offices on the ground floor with flats on the first floor but a planning application hasn’t yet been decided.
Other lots include: land at Upper Road, Batley Carr (guide price £120k-£150k); grazing land at Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Hill (guide price £50k-£60); a garage and driveway off Westgate, Almondbury (£10k); potential housing land at Battye Street, Dewsbury (£20k-£30k); a single storey Lodge House at Westfields Road, Mirfield (£60k-£70k); and the former Battye Street School, Heckmondwike, which is suitable for housing (£100k-plus).
The auction takes place on December 4 with Walker Singleton.