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David Morley Architects has won a RIBA competition to design a £2.25 million multi-purpose centre for a church in south-east Buckinghamshire. A design competition was launched in April and a shortlist of five architects was invited to submit concept designs.

The RIBA's competitions office said these were Morley, Hakes Bradley Hakes, Tim Foster Architects, Pascall + Watson and architecture plb.

The shortlist was then whittled down to two - Morley and architecture plb. Morley, working with performance consultant Anne Minors, was unanimously selected by the jury panel.

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