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Chance to see revised designs for Ledbury library

Posted: 27/08/2009 13:49:55

Herefordshire Council is inviting residents to see revised plans for Ledbury’s new library at the historic Master’s House.

Councillor Adrian Blackshaw, Herefordshire Council’s cabinet member for economic development and community services, said: “Results of the consultation with the public were extremely positive and the main points affecting the revised designs were around the provision of a café/refreshment area, whether book security would affect the design, landscaping and use of the public square and the correct provision of toilet facilities.

“Our architects Architype have taken these comments on board and drawn up revised plans which will be on display during the national Heritage Open Days on Friday, September 11 and Saturday, September 12. Representatives from Architype will also be present to answer any questions about the designs.

“The Master’s House will be open to the public from 10am until 4pm on both of these days. There will be tours at 11am, 1pm and 3pm, a special herb display and presentation on Friday and the Barber Surgeon will be in residence on Saturday.

“Suggestions for items to be included in a time capsule will be launched during the weekend and there will also be a display of the finds from the recent archaeological dig in the car park. As the building is open on Saturday, there will be family activities. The panelled room will be available to view as part of the tours,” he added.

Herefordshire Council has also been successful in applying for an English Heritage grant to undertake a structural survey. The value of the grant was £10,000, covering half the costs. The survey is now underway.

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