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Carey Jones office works around Slough church - images

Carey Jones Architects has secured planning permission for a massive office development in Slough which will 'frame' the town's Grade I-listed St Mary's Church.

The scheme, on Herschel Street and Church Street, will partially obscure the church behind two brick and glass buildings, which will provide more than 16,800m2 of office space.

Designed for the Scarborough Development Group, the buildings will rise four and six storeys and wrap around a landscaped courtyard.

Scarborough Development Group associate director Simon Rose said the scheme would 'revamp' the look of the area.

He said: 'The buildings on the site currently fail to provide businesses with the accommodation, services and comfort required for 21st-century businesses.'

by Clive Walker

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