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Panter Hudspith Architects

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Panter Hudspith Architects submitted a planning application last week for its design of the newbuild City and County Museum in Lincoln. The 3,700m 2scheme will be constructed from roughfaced limestone and the full project cost will be £8.2 million. The project will start on site in 2002.

Stage one Heritage Lottery funding has already been secured and an application for stage two of the funding was also submitted last week. The museum will house predominantly archaeological exhibits.

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