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Finalists show off Sevenoaks civic centre proposals

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The AJ can exclusively reveal the schemes by the finalists in the contest to design a new community and conference centre next to Bat & Ball railway station in Sevenoaks, Kent

The five proposals, which go on anonymous public display later today (15 May), have been drawn up by Theis and Khan Architects, Tim Ronalds Architects, White Arkitekter, dRMM and Ian McChesney.

More than 70 practices entered the RIBA-organised competition for a new facility to replace a run-down, 30-year-old building in Otford Road.

Teams were asked to draw up plans for a building providing a 250-seat events space, kitchen area, nursery facility, WCs and staff room plus new council offices on the first floor.

The proposals go on display at Sevenoaks Community Centre in Cramptons Road later today [between 2pm and 8pm]

The winner will be announced on 8 June.

The full shortlist

  • de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects (dRMM ), London
  • Ian McChesney, London
  • Theis and Khan Architects, Kent
  • Tim Ronalds Architects, London
  • White Arkitekter AB, Sweden

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dRMM and McChesney shortlisted for Sevenoaks conference centre

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