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IN BRIEF: Panter Hudspith Architects

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Panter Hudspith Architects has won detailed planning consent for its £8.2 million new build City and County Museum in Lincoln.The 3,700m 2archaeological museum project will be constructed from roughfaced limestone.The museum will be located on the site of an existing 1960s multi-storey car park.The scheme includes an audiovisual theatre, a permanent exhibition gallery for the city's extensive archaeology collection, a temporary gallery space, cafe and museum shop.Work will start in the autumn.

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