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BFAW lands West Berkshire Museum revamp job

[First look] Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams (BFAW) has been appointed to redevelop the West Berkshire Museum in Newbury

The project replaces a 1930s link between the town’s 17th century Grade I-listed Cloth Hall and 18th century Grade II*-listed Corn Stores which currently house the museum.

BFAW is also working on access improvements and new visitor circulation within the buildings. The museum’s exhibition spaces are undergoing a comprehensive redesign as part of the scheme.

West Berkshire Council appointed BFAW to the job following a successful first round application to the Heritage Lottery Fund last year. In July, the Headley Trust donated £40,000 towards the project.

The proposal is currently out to consultation and expected to be submitted for planning in the coming months.

Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams' West Berkshire Museum project in Newbury

Buttress Fuller Alsop Williams’ West Berkshire Museum project in Newbury




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