A HUGE former Brierley Hill nightclub which was a meeting place for some of the Midland’s most notorious criminal gangs has gone up for sale with a £320k price tag.

Pulse nightclub on Dudley Road, has stood empty since it closed in 2014 after its licence was revoked.

The Art Deco style club shut after councillors were told customers had ties to two infamous warring drugs gangs, the Johnson Crew and the Burger Bar Boys.

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Sales notes from agent Siddall Jones state the sprawling building is 10,090 sq. ft. It was built in the 1930s as a Danilo Cinema.

They state: "The property comprises a substantial, three storey, former cinema and nightclub premises built in Art Deco style in the 1930s as a Danilo Cinema.

"The property is of steel frame construction and brick elevations.

"The property has been soft stripped and taken back to bare brick and benefits from concrete flooring throughout.

"To the rear of the premises is a car park which is accessed via Bank Street and provides parking for approximately 12 vehicles."

It goes on to say: "The site may be suitable for a variety of uses, subject to planning.

"Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council."

Prior to its closure, shots were fired outside the premises and four people were stabbed in two separate knife incidents.

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Asking for its licence to be revoked police said the club had become closely linked with organised crime.

In 2015, Taniyha Beckford, was sentenced to ten years imprisonment after pleading guilty to possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

A court heard Beckford sprayed a car with bullets as his intended victim sat behind the driver’s wheel while waiting outside the club.

Sales notes state the property has been taken back to bare brick and benefits from concrete flooring throughout as well as parking for 12 vehicles.