OFFERS have been made on three buildings which are now lying empty as a result of new schools and leisure facilities being built in Wick.
Highland Council yesterday confirmed it has received offers for the former buildings at Hillhead and South primary schools and Wick swimming pool.
The buildings have become surplus to requirements as a result of the opening of Newton Park primary, Noss primary and Wick High School, which incorporates a community pool.
The new buildings were part of a £60 million upgrading programme which has seen the two new school complexes in the town open in the past 12 months.
The council would not confirm who is interested in taking over the two buildings but said each of them is now under offer.