Muss nicht was machem?
Dover's Magistrate's Court was built in 1987 to replace the court room in the town hall building, and closed in 2017 due to nationwide cuts to save the Ministry of Justice £500m a year. It boasts 4 court rooms, waiting areas, toilets with free toilet roll, the usual admin rooms and some cells. Essex firm Goodwill SIP purchased the lot for £910k, and they have applied for planning permission to convert it into apartments. Really isn't going to be any epic history surrounding a concretey relatively modern court building, unlike it's predecessor. Just a nice little local-ish explore that I meant to get round to sooner, and for once one that is above ground in the area.