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Developer unveils updated Chelsea Barracks plans

New multi-million pound 'neighbourhood' to boast sports facility and public art under Qatari Diar-led scheme

By Pete Hayman

A new masterplan for a major redevelopment of the 12.8-acre (5.2-hectare) Chelsea Barracks project in Westminster, London, has been revealed. Middle East-based developer

Qatari Diar is behind the multi-million pound proposals – drawn up by Dixon Jones architects; Squire and Partners; and Kim Wilkie Associates. A community sports facility,

public art and a medical centre form part of the residential-led scheme, along with some of the

first gardens to be created in Central London for more than 100 years. The former Garrison Chapel may also be retained to form a

"beating heart" to the proposed neighbourhood development, which is not set to be gated in order to link in with existing local communities. A new masterplan was drawn

up after Qatari Diar's earlier proposals for the site – de- signed by Rogers Stirk and Partners – were withdrawn in the wake of criticism from the Prince of Wales.

The proposals are designed to link in with existing communities

Hornsey Town Hall set for major transformation

By Pete Hayman

Hornsey Town Hall is set to be transformed into a major new arts centre in Crouch End, London, under proposals submitted by Haringey Council. Plans for the renovation of

the Grade II*-listed building, which was initially designed by Reginald Uren and opened during the 1930s, have been drawn up by architects John McAslan and Partners.

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A new arts complex is planned

Capita Symonds has been

appointed to project manage the Hornsey Town Hall revamp, which will see the building's

assembly room transformed into a two-screen arthouse cinema and a flexible perfor- mance and music space. Recording studios; creative

studios for artists and design- ers; a bar and café; and youth facilities are also planned, along with a rooftop terrace. The area surrounding the

building will also be revamped to offer outdoor courtyards as part of the scheme, which will be part-funded by the council.

Devon museum future secured

Administrators acting on behalf of Morwellham Quay mining museum near Tavistock, Devon have agreed a deal to safeguard its future. Simon and Valerie Lister

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