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Hospital food

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Hospital food will get a new image with the conversion of the redundant St George's Hospital in Stafford to the Great British Kitchen, a national centre to stimulate interest in good food. Latham Architects has designed the conversion of the Grade II listed Georgian building plus 22,807m2 of new build which will include a futuristic kitchen, a gallery, hotel, restaurants and shops. The architect has applied for planning and listed-building consent, and hopes the £40 million construction will start late in 2000.

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