Architecture PLB bags planning for £11.3m school project

Architecture PLB's proposals for Mary Hare School

Proposals include new primary and boarding block for Mary Hare School

Architcture PLB has secured planning permission for an £11.3m expansion to the UK’s largest school for deaf children.

The practice has designed a brand new primary school and boarding block for Mary Hare School, at Snelsmore in Berkshire, as part of a series of new developments for the fee-paying school.

PLB’s “estate rationalisation” also includes a new business centre and conference centre that will co-locate the school’s commercial enterprises – which include earmould manufacturing and hearing-aid repairs – alongside its educational facilities.

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