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Stanton Williams unveil plans

Stanton Williams has unveiled plans for a new community facility within the former stable courtyard of Aston Hall, a Grade I-listed country house and museum in Birmingham. The proposed £2.3 million singlestorey building, known as The Aston Regeneration Centre, will provide flexible exhibition and activity space for the local community. Part of a larger phased regeneration of the hall and surrounding park, the new centre will be built over the footprint of a 17th-century stables , which was demolished in the 1800s.

The remains of the original building were excavated earlier this year and will be conserved and displayed within the centre.

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