A pub that was forced to close in 2012 due to HS2 works is set to be demolished and turned into a new community rehabilitation centre.

Annie Bailey's in Hyde Heath has been derelict since 2012 after it was announced that a HS2 tunnel was due to be built there.

But the train line was rerouted - meaning the building was saved from demolition.

The former country pub, which recently sustained fire damage, will now be torn down in order for developers to build the new rehabilitation centre.

The centre will be for use of members by the local community.

It will have eight bedrooms, each of which having en suite facilities.

There will also be an activity and dining room, a kitchen, an office and a secure lobby.