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The Surrey Board of Education is considering its options for use of the district's former administration office before deciding whether to pursue the sale of the building and surrounding land.
With the recent opening of the District Education Centre and the consolidation of several district departments into one location, the former board office at 14225 56th Ave. is now considered surplus. The board is required to consult with local government, community organizations and the general public regarding alternative uses for school district buildings.
The board invites Requests for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) from stakeholder groups, including private sector corporations, local government, municipalities, developers, community groups, non-profit agencies, societies and others who may be interested in submitting proposals to use the building and surrounding land "as-is-where-is." The RFEI encompasses 4.39 hectares (1.08 acres) of land, the original office building constructed in 1964 as well as an addition built in 1974 and a modular currently leased to the City of Surrey. The total floor area of the interior buildings is approximately 1,580 square metres (17,000 square feet).
The deadline for submissions is 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012. For more information: