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Feilden Clegg Bradley wins planning in Runnymede - image

Feilden Clegg Bradley has won planning permission for Runnymede Borough Council's new civic offices in Surrey.

The scheme forms part of a wider masterplan which will house a range of facilities including the new council building itself, a library, a café and a new office for Surrey police.

The brief for the civic offices is for a 'high-quality, adaptable solution offering exemplary accommodation within a controlled natural environment'.

It goes on to demand that the scheme should provide a 'strong civic presence and enhance the local streetscape'.

The practice hopes to start on site in the summer.

by Ed Dorrell

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