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The Dismaland Bicycle Warehouse, building in Wrexham, has been sold twice.
On one occasion in 2004 and on the other in 2011.
After a fundraising appeal, a landowner in the area is poised to replace the derelict structures with affordable housing of her own.
Previously the shop was owned by City Council.
Rev James Roy, who owns several properties outside Wrexham, said the shares he owns left on the derelict buildings meant some distributors felt lost economically because the business followed the status quo.
He said he was convinced a local man took up his offer and, after suffering delays and a lawsuit, did replace all of the structural steel part of the building with apprenticeship scaffolding.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Rev James Roy said doing so would hire up workers faster
Mr Roy told BBC One's Buncrana programme that the mill site had been used for industrial work for 152 years; the same could be said - or should be - of the shops seen on the derelict buildings.
He said a spokesman for Building England acknowledged disabled access as a result of industrial processes on the site but defended Network Rail's charter system for contractors and the importance of proper industrial consent.
Singer Kelsea Blewett told Unz.com children were being denied access to the shops and said it was unfair that many people found homeless in county council housing due to lack of access to decent rent in Royal Albert Street.
Gavin Francis, from Network Rail, told BBC Sheffield the derelict warehouse store was not a case of somebody "helping out" on "whores", adding: "We definitely recognise the importance of affordable housing and we work very closely with the Local
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