Up to 13 public buildings and vacant lots could be axed as part of a Ballarat City Council plan to sell under-used land.
Council released the details of the lots, which included buildings such as Kohinoor Community Centre and vacant blocks, ahead of an ordinary meeting on Wednesday night.
A recommendation before councillors will seek approval for staff to start the process to “dispose land and building assets deemed as surplus to requirements”.
If the motion were passed there would also be an exhibition period to deal with any public submissions raised during the process.
In addition to the Kohinoor hall, there would also be several other valuable land packages up for grabs.
The Centre Care car park on Peel Street North at Bakery Hill, the Eureka Family Resources Centre and the former Mount Helen Kindergarten were all on the council list for sale.
Vacant blocks on Kurrajong Drive, across from Wendouree West Recreation reserve, could also be available.
There was also a large lot on Waringa Drive, at Mitchell Park, on the list of surplus land.
The proposed sale of the Kohinoor hall has been opposed by community groups who believe it provides one of the few spaces for them in Ballarat Central.
Cr Belinda Coates said there was a lot of community interest in the hall, with a final decision on its sale yet to be made.
“Part of the difficulty is galvanising the support. If there is a firm proposal from community members to keep it open we should,” she said.
“There are example of community spaces where the community essentially takes over the building.”