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Dewsbury’s “Jimmy’s” nightclub to go under the hammer

The former Jimmy’s nightclub and bar on Bond Street in Dewsbury is due to go under the hammer, one of around 100 lots in Pugh’s next property auctions which will be held online later this month.

The former nightspot has a £15,000-£20,000 guide price.

The property, at 24 Bond Street, is a 1,600 sq ft lower-ground-floor series of rooms in an ornate grade II-listed building. A former wool textile warehouse and offices, 24 Bond Street was built in 1880 when Dewsbury was a major woollen industry centre.

The online auction will open at 10am on 23 April, with registration closing at 3pm on April 22.

“This is a handsome period property with enormous potential for alternative uses, subject to a new owner gaining the relevant planning consent,” said Paul Thompson, managing director of Pugh.

“The upper floors have been converted to residential accommodation and it’s in a great location, close to Dewsbury town centre and the railway station.”

For more information on the former Jimmy’s nightclub building, and to view the full auction catalogue, go to

Established 26 years ago, Pugh is the largest auctioneer outside of London and was acquired by property consultant Eddisons in 2016. Last year the firm offered over 1,000 lots for sale at its Leeds and Manchester auctions, achieving a success rate of 85 per cent and generating over £90m in sales.

The firm’s next property auctions, will take place online on April 21 and 22 for lots listed in its North West sale, and on April 23 for properties and land across Yorkshire and the North East.

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