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A new intervention of bold entrance lobby, free-standing office and storage pods, together with re-decorations has enabled this Grade II listed church building to facilitate the employment a community worker and see the building utilised day and evening. As a busy church in Bradford, West Yorkshire, level access was an ongoing problem and the church sanctuary underused compared to the adjacent hall. A Feasibility Study was prepared by Arctic Associates leading to a grant award of £500K by the Big Lottery. Together with input from St John's PCC, Bradford Diocese, Bradford City Council and the Victorian Society a scheme was approved and today the church building is a real asset to the community which it serves, and the many congregations who meet there.
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Room for London Competition
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New concepts for new projects. Some involving new buildings and others interventions within heritage buildings. Each one unique, site specific and carefully designed for purpose and beauty.