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Richard Rogers Partnership

The Richard Rogers Partnership's design for a Maggie's Centre at London's Charing Cross Hospital has won planning permission. The project - sited on Fulham Palace Road - will be on a 'domestic scale' with a 'flexible room plan'. The centre will include a library, a kitchen, a large relaxation room and two smaller 'individual support rooms'.Maggie's Centres, a charity set up by Maggie Jencks in the last year of her life, aims to help sufferers and their carers, families and friends cope ...


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