A daily-turned-weekly is looking to sub-let part of its office less than two years after moving there.
It is understood the building is too big for the News’s current needs, with potential sub-letters being offered the 3,365 square foot offices for £23,500 per annum.
The News left its town centre home, at Aberdeen Walk, in September 2014 after 132 years.
Its current base, pictured above, is around four miles out of town.
The area being sub-let features partitions which have been erected to create a meeting area, a cellular office, server room, store, male and female toilets, shower room and kitchen. It also includes 12 parking spaces and a barbecue area.
The sale of the old building in Aberdeen Walk came as part of a bid by owners Johnston Press to raise more than £8m from selling off current and former newspaper offices and ex-print works.
In May last year, HTFP reported 21 people had applied for voluntary redundancy at the Yorkshire Weekly Newspapers division of JP, which includes the News.