What is happening to these eyesores in Scunthorpe and Barton ?
Oddfellows Hall, on the corner of Queen Street and High Street in Barton-Upon-Humber, has been empty for many years.
It was previously used as a cinema, theatre, roller-skating rink, dance hall, Government offices and a public library.
Planning permission to convert the grade II listed building's first floor into five apartments was granted in 2008.
It is now on the market with Paul Fox Commercial in the town for £145,000.
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A spokeswoman for Paul Fox Commercial said: "We don't have any interest in the building at the moment. As far as we are aware, there was planning for five flats. We've had one or two people who have made enquiries about it. What happens is some people want the whole building and can't because there are some tenants and owners on the first floor.
"The building is freehold but it's still a big problem for some people – it's just like having leasehold if they can only own half of the building."
The Crosby Hotel, on Normanby Road, Scunthorpe, has been empty since closing as a pub in 2008.
A planning application by the north-east-based Ladhar Group to demolish the existing building and create a 70-bed care home was withdrawn in February 2011.
The Queens pub, on Rowland Road, Scunthorpe, ceased trading in September 2008.
It was first opened in 1898, making it Scunthorpe's second oldest pub.
Since then, five new houses have been built in the car park of the pub and plans are in place for the building itself.
Carl Osborne, of Belle Vue Properties Ltd, said: "We have resubmitted a planning application to have six apartments."
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