Many churches are up for sale

Church buildings are becoming a feature of the property market as church organisations cope with changes on a number of fronts.

Many older churches are up for sale as congregations dwindle, populations shift, traditional designs prove unsuitable for the uses congregations want to put them to and ageing buildings require high maintenance and possible earthquake strengthening.

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