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Aids charity asks architects for pro bono work

An east London HIV charity has called on architects to provide their services for free as it searches for a designer to oversee a new headquarters building.

The recently formed Positive East group has announced its desire to make over its home in the former Mile End Baths in Stepney.

The charity - which aims to 'improve the quality of life of HIV-affected communities in east London' - moved to new premises after it was formed from the merger of charities the Globe Centre and the London East AIDS network.

Postive East has already attracted a number of expressions of interest to design a new interior - which has requirements including a better use of its staffing area and the moving of a café from one part of the building to another.

Those interested should contact Mark Santos, director of Positive East, on 020 8522 6111, or email

by Rob Sharp

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