Some high-profile London landmarks could see for sale signs in the future.
City staff has put forward a recommendation to carry out an asset review to consider selling buildings such as Budweiser Gardens, Covent Garden Market and the Convention Centre.
The review isn’t a guarantee City assets will be put on the market, staff is merely calling for a review of municipally-owned capital assets to generate non-tax revenue.
The list of assets to review also includes London Hydro, which is currently engaged in merger talks, Centennial Hall, various parking lots, and vacant land and buildings.
The list does not include the city-owned golf courses, Storybook Gardens and City Hall itself.
The last time a review was completed was in 2011.
The issue will be debated at the Corporate Services Committee meeting next Tuesday at 12 p.m. If councillors approve the review, a report would be provided to council next fall.