Three competing proposals for a new village hall in Cherhill, Wiltshire have been unveiled
Bath-based Batterham Matthews Architects, Make – whose founder Ken Shuttleworth built his own house in the village – and Stonewood Design are all vying for the commission.
Planned for a site on the eastern edge of the historic Wiltshire settlement, the new structure will supersede an existing village hall which is too small and has limited parking.
Local residents have been invited to comment on the proposals which range in cost between £800,000 and £1 million.
A Community Right to Build Order may be used to enable the project which is expected to complete in 2018.
Located on the A4 between Calne and Marlborough, Cherhill has a population of around 700 people.
Nearby landmarks include the Cherhill White Horse which was cut into a chalk hillside in 1780.