HUNTINGDON Town Hall, which dates from 1745, is just one of 2,230 listed buildings in the district - but it is one of the few that will cost more than £1million to put it into proper order. Estimates vary between £1million and £1.5million just for essential repairs. Then there will be millions more to spend to give the building the sort of vibrant use planners want it to have. Even when the town hall is restored to the condition it should be in, it will cost around £50,000 a year to keep the fabric in proper shape, the district council's operations director Malcolm Sharp told The Hunts Post earlier this year. The building's future will be the focus of intense negotiations over the next 12 months or so - to decide who foots these bills and what use the building will have.